More than 200,000 vehicles have fallen under review are at risk of opening the hood on the go. More than 200,000 vehicles have fallen under review are at risk of opening the hood on the go.
Nissan has announced the launch of two revocable campaigns that will affect 768,000 vehicles, reports Bloomberg.
Service campaign touches model Nissan Rogue (US version of the new X-Trail) in the amount of 552,125 units. These cars are at risk of a short circuit, which can arise due to the penetration of a mixture of water and road salt under the saloon car on the driver’s side.
In addition, the company will withdraw 215,789 copies Nissan Pathfinder (2013-2014 model years), Infiniti JX35 (2013) and the Infiniti QX60 (2014) to correct defects in the ability to open the hood of the car on the move.
The company stressed that no injuries or deaths associated with the detected defects were recorded.