Nissan recalls more than 463K cars due to airbag safety issues DOWNTOWN (AP) — Nissan recalls more than 463,000 older models due to the risk of driver injury when the steering-wheel insignia comes loose during airbag deployment.
Certain Frontier light pickups, Titan large pickups, and Xterra, Pathfinder, and Armada SUVs from 2008 to 2011 are included in the recall, which mostly affects vehicles sold in North America.
Quest minivans from 2008 and 2009 are also included, along with around 11,000 service-related items.
A gun was discovered in a carry-on bag at the Appleton International Airport.
Nissan claims there have been four reports of injuries allegedly caused by the issue.
The business hasn’t yet created a fix. Early April will see the delivery of an interim letter to clients, followed by a letter advising them of the exact date.
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Nissan recalls over 463K vehicles for airbag safety concern https://t.co/BkSqIvJ8kQ
— NewsNation (@NewsNation) February 15, 2023
To find out if your vehicle is subject to this or other recalls, you may also use the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website to verify the VIN of your automobile.