Nissan Recalls 56,000 Murano Cars Due to Fire Risk, Power Steering Fluid Leak

Roughly 56,000 vehicles have been recalled by Nissan North America due to a fire risk caused by leaking power steering fluid due to a faulty hose clamp. The vehicles subject to the recall are the 2013 to 2014 Murano vehicles. The automaker says the clamp may loosen causing the hose to detach and power steering fluid to leak out. This could lead … Read More

Defective, Dangerous Takata Airbags Were No Surprise to Automakers Lawsuit Says

Automakers including Ford, Honda, Nissan, BMW and Toyota allegedly knew the Takata airbags they installed in their vehicles were capable of violently rupturing, but ignored the potentially lethal problem to save money, according to allegations stated in court documents by plaintiff’s attorneys for victims who were hurt by the dangerous airbags. Contrary to previous claims that the automakers were unaware … Read More

Nissan Recalls 120,000 Cars, SUVs Due to Brake Fluid Fire Risk

DETROIT, Michigan (September 9, 2016) –-Nissan has announced the recall of some 120,000 cars and SUVs in the United States and more than 10,000 in Canada due to a potential fire risk after the discovery of a brake fluid leak in some vehicles. The automaker reports that brake fluid seals may leak and drip onto internal electrical circuit boards causing … Read More

Nissan Recalls 3.53 Million Vehicles for Faulty Airbag Sensors

Some 3.53 million vehicles built by Nissan Motor Company Ltd., are being recalled due to malfunctioning sensors that can prevent airbags from deploying properly. The recall was announced this morning by the Japanese auto manufacturer to alert consumers about the problem that has already injured three people, but fortunately there are no known deaths resulting from the faulty sensors. The … Read More

Honda, Daihatsu Recall 5 Million Takata Airbags Due to Defective Inflator Part

A worldwide recall on Takata airbags expanded Friday morning as both Honda Motor Co. and Daihatsu announced the recall of nearly 5 million vehicles. The two auto giants join Toyota and Nissan — who one day earlier this week announced roughly 6.5 million vehicles were subject to recall for the faulty airbags made by Japan-based Takata. The issue involves defective … Read More