Nissan Motor stated on Thursday it was recalling almost 320,000 vehicles in Japan to repair defective coating in an electronic power unit that could trigger a short circuit and fire in the worst-case situation. The recall covers 6 models consisting of the Serena minivan in addition to minivans and vans made for Suzuki Motor and
Subaru Corp stated it plans to recall about 400,000 vehicles in Japan this month after discovering it had been following incorrect procedures for final inspections at domestic plants, broadening the count from a formerly estimated 255,000. The company stated on Thursday it would broaden the scope of the recall as a safety measure, adding that
Nissan Motor is suspending domestic production of vehicles for the home market for a minimum of two weeks to resolve misconduct in its last inspection procedures that resulted in a significant recall, it stated on Thursday. The concern has stained Nissan’s brand in Japan, and together with a data falsification scandal at compatriot Kobe Steel
Japan’s transport ministry stated on Wednesday it had performed spot examinations at 2 plants producing Nissan Motor vehicles as part of an investigation into final checks, days after abnormalities forced the company to 1.2 million cars in the country. The two inspections on Tuesday followed examinations at four more factories last week, the ministry stated.
Nissan Motor prepares to recall 1.2 million cars in Japan after it found final vehicle evaluations were not performed by authorized professionals, it stated on Monday. Japan’s second-biggest car maker said the recall would cost it around 25 billion yen ($222 million) to re-inspect vehicles produced for the domestic market from October 2014 to September