Nissan has announced a worldwide 2.14 million vehicle recall due to ignition problems. This will be their third-largest recall ever.
Models affected include the Micra/March, Tiida, Cube, Note, Titan, and Infiniti QX56, all produced from August 2003 through July 2006. Affected cars were built in Japan, Great Britain, Spain, China, Taiwan, and the US.
The issue can cause affected cars to stall, and in extreme cases, they will not be able to start again.
Nissan has not disclosed how much the fix will cost, but it’s expected to be cheap, as the process takes just half an hour.
Source: The Detroit News