Nissan recalls vehicles due to loose steering wheel
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Nissan recalls vehicles due to loose steering wheel

Nissan recalls vehicles due to loose steering wheel

Nissan Motor Co has recalled 51,000 vehicles for inspection after a steering wheel apparently became detached from a new SUV while driving, Reuters has reported. Japan's second-largest carmaker said it had identified a defect potentially affecting 600 vehicles after Finnish cameraman Kari Alentola reported that the steering wheel of his new Qashqai seven-seater had come off in his hands. The problem affects certain batches of steering wheels in Qashqai SUVs and NV200 vans assembled this year for sale in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Australasia, a Nissan spokesman said.

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