Nissan Recalls 2.14 Million Cars in Service

Nissan Recalls 2.14 Million Cars in Service

Nissan has announced recalls 2.14 million cars to repair several models including the Micra and Cube, sold mostly in Japan, USA and Canada, due to possible problems with the ignition system.

Ignition system problems can lead to inability to stop the engine and restart it. No accidents caused by this defect has not been reported, said a Nissan spokesman.

The recall action involves, among others, sold 835,000 vehicles in Japan and 762,000 cars sold in the U.S. and Canada. The cars were built in Japan, USA, UK, Spain, China and Taiwan, between August 2003 and July 2006.

Repairing a vehicle will take on average 25 minutes, Nissan estimates, work involving the replacement of electronic components.


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