Nissan and Renault recall more than 105,000 vehicles

MEXICO – Automakers Nissan and Renault called for a review of 105,508 vehicles due to mechanical failures, the Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office (Profeco) reported on Monday.

In a statement, Nissan detailed that in its case there are 99,124 units of its Tiida, NP300, Frontier, Urvan, Versa and March models, 2017 and 2018 models.

These cars could have a malfunction of the ignition switch that could cause reduced durability after several years of normal use; in extreme cases, under specific vibrating conditions, the key could potentially move from the ‘ON’ position while the vehicle is in motion.

For its part, Renault Mexico called to review the 2019Duster and Oroch models, since the driver’s front air bag could have been installed incorrectly, which may result in improper operation. Of these cars, 6,384 units are considered.

Source: El Financiero