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2023 – 04 – 17
Nissan Juke HEV (2022)
Recall # PG3C1

If the accelerator and brake pedals are pressed simultaneously, it causes a hybrid electric vehicle control (HEVC) reset. This can lead to the engine stumbling or stalling under specific driving conditions (when the engine is cold, immediately after starting), creating a risk of an accident.

The Nissan Juke HEV vehicles affected by this recall were manufactured between 16 June and 14 December 2022.

Nissan recall code: PG3C1  Affected models: Juke HEV (HF16)
Vehicle numbers (worldwide): n/a

Source: Rapex Alert 15/2023 A12/00724/23

2023 – 04 – 14
Nissan Micra (2016 – 2021)
Recall # R22D6

The driver’s seat may be faulty, which can cause the seat belt anchorages not to function as intended, creating a risk of injury in the case of an accident.

The Nissan Micra vehicles affected by this recall were manufactured between 5 December 2016 and 5 October 2021.

Nissan recall code: R22D6  Affected models: Micra (K14)
Vehicle numbers (worldwide): 285,515

Source: Rapex Alert 15/2023 A12/00793/23