The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently announced a recall for the Micra and Cube vehicles, because of a problem with the steering.
According to the car manufacturer, a total of 841, 000 units of the Nissan Micra and Nissan Cube will be affected by this recall and their owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers in order to get the problem with the steering fixed. Some of the Micra vehicles affected by the recall have been produced in the United Kingdom and in Japan and the Cube models are locally produced.
The vehicles in question, which will have to be driven back to the dealers, have been assembled between 2002 and 2006. Nissan says that no accidents, injuries or deaths have been reported, related to this issue. The carmaker fears that the bolt used in the steering wheels of these models may not have been properly tightened and this may lead to a sudden loss of steering. The bolts will be either tightened or the steering wheel will be replaced with a new one. The recall will affect the Micra and the Cube cars sold in Europe, Asia, Oceania, Latin America, Africa and in the Middle East.