After informing you about separate recalls for both Toyota and Honda, we now have another recall to tell you about, this time it affects car giants Nissan. The company has just issued a global recall, affecting around 2.1 million vehicles over an engine problem.
As reported from Huffington Post, this is actually Nissan’s third-biggest recall in their history and the recall is solely due to an ignition problem which may stall the engine, obviously a major safety risk for drivers.
According to the report, the recall affects Nissan owners in the US, Europe and also Japan. Models affected include the Nissan March, Micra, Cube and Note which were produced between August 2003 and July 2006. However, there are also a few other vehicles on the list which include the Titan Pickup, Tiida sedan and the Infiniti QX56 luxury model.
If you own a Nissan model which is included on the list above, you are advised to contact your nearest Nissan dealer immediately. We’ll bring you an update on this story later.
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