TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor Group plans to pull 1.23 million vehicles out of the United States because of a possible rear camera failure.
"There are several models of Nissan vehicles sold in 2018-2019, where the characteristics of the display system can appear to prevent the appearance of the rear image increases the risk of accidents," Agence France-Presse quoted the US Agency for Road Safety as saying. October 21.
The US Agency recently opened a preliminary investigation into an emergency brake system in a Nissan Rogue model after hundreds of complaints that the system was working in error and caused some non-fatal accidents.
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