Nissan Recall: Frontier, Xterra, Sentra 2001-2010 Recalls
Nissan Recall 2010: Nissan To Recall North, South American Frontiers, Xterras, Sentras - 2001-2010: Battery, Steering Defects
Nissan will recall 605,000 vehicles sold mainly in the United States. Nissan is recalling Frontiers, Xterras and Sentras (2000-2010) for steering defects and battery problems. The Nissan Recall includes, 303,000 Frontiers, 283,000 Xterras and 18,500 Sentras from the year 2000 to the year 2010.
The affected vehicles reside in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, with 85 percent of the cars being sold in the United States.
The steering-column flaw causes corrosion that can limit the movement of the lower joint and lead to cracking of the steering shaft, the company said. The battery defect in the Sentra’s positive cable terminal can lead to difficulty starting the cars or stalling at low speeds, the company said.
No injuries or accidents have been reported because the problems associated with the steering and braking.
U.S. customers with questions can call Nissan Consumer Affairs at 1-800-NISSAN1 (1-800-647-7261). They can also contact their Nissan dealer.