Nissan – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Nissan UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Nissan UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Nissan UK Recalls

NISSAN NV400 (2018 – 2019) – THE FUEL SUPPLY PIPE

on 27 April 2021

NISSAN NV400 (02/01/2018 – 25/04/2019) RECALL: Problem description: Contact of the fuel supply pipe with the cylinder head cover causing pipe … .

NISSAN JUKE (2019) – THE DRIVER’S AIRBAG MAY TEAR

on 30 March 2021

NISSAN JUKE (04/04/2019 – 30/05/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The drivers’ airbag may tear during inflation.

NISSAN NV200 (2019) – THE PARK LOCK ACTUATOR PLATE

on 2 November 2020

NISSAN NV200 (19/07/2019 – 22/09/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The welded joint on the park lock actuator plate may be of poor … .


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Latest EU Rapex Nissan Recalls

  • Nissan Juke (2019 – 2020)
    on 17 October 2021

    Due to a design change introducing an internal chamfer in the rear seatback lock button, the latch actuation rod can catch ... . The post Nissan Juke (2019 – […]

  • Nissan NV400 (2021)
    on 17 October 2021

    The right-hand rear brake calliper may be incorrectly assembled, which could cause certain components to fail when the parking brake is ... . The post Nissan […]

  • Nissan NV400 (2018 – 2019)
    on 14 May 2021

    The manufacturing tolerances of the fuel supply line are incorrect. As a result, the fuel supply line may leak, leading to ... . The post Nissan NV400 (2018 […]

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