Japanese automaker Nissan Motor will recall 106,340 Nissan cars in Russia, Russia’s technical security watchdog Rosstandart stated on Wednesday. Rosstandart stated the recall would impact Nissan Almera, Nissan Teana, Nissan Pickup, Nissan Tino, Nissan Patrol, Nissan Terrano II and Nissan X-Trall models produced from February 19, 2001 to November 28, 2012. The recall is to
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor is going to recall 127,738 Nissan cars in Russia, Russia’s technical safety watchdog Rosstandart stated on Monday. Rosstandart noted the recall concerns Nissan Note and Nissan Tiida cars produced around August 30, 2008 to August 1, 2014, because of probable issues with the airbag safety device.
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
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
Russia’s standards agency, the Rosstandart, stated on Monday that the regional retailer of Nissan motors had informed it about the recall of 33,275 Nissan Qashqai cars because of possible risks of brake liquid leaks. On 12 December 2012, the Renault–Nissan Alliance established a joint venture with Russian Technologies (Alliance Rostec Auto BV) in order to