Nissan’s burdens in the Indian subcontinent keep on growing as the organization has now declared the recall of 12,000 units including the Sunny and Micra hatchback that have been produced between June 2013 and March 2015 in India. The recall influences not only the models made in India, but also the ones which were made outside the country. The engine switch and airbags of the previously above mentioned models have been affected. Around the world, the recall has influenced around 2,70,000 units.
The organization expresses this is an intentional recall and approved Nissan dealers will reexamine the motor switch free of any expenses. The cars influenced by defective airbags then again just constitute a little measure of the aggregate 12,000 units that have been recalled. The airbags that have been influenced in the worldwide recall have been made by Japanese parts producer Takata.
Nissan has guaranteed that all matters will be dealt with at the soonest. After SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers) began the willful recall approach identifying with the wellbeing of vehicles made in India in July 2012, more than seven lakh vehicles have been reviewed by distinctive producers to redress issues.
They say it is better to be safe than sorry and this is exactly what Nissan is doing.
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