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Nissan Takata Airbag Recall Update

Nissan has open recalls on over one million cars (including Infiniti models) as part of the Takata Airbag recall.

This recall was expanded as of May 2015 with the announcement that approximately 34 million cars on US roads are equipped with defective airbags manufactured by Takata.

Models affected by this recall include the Maxima (2001-2003), Pathfinder (2001-2004), and Sentra (2002-2006). 

Nissan Recalls 2014: Top News

In December 2014, Nissan recalled about 134,000 vehicles in the U.S. that include the Nissan Juke SUV from the 2012 to 2014 model years for a fuel leak problem. (Source: CBS News)

In November 2014, more than 52,000 vehicles including some Pathfinder & Sentra models were recalled due to faulty passenger airbags. (Source: Fox News)

June 2014 was a big month for Nissan recalls as over 225,000 vehicles from seven models were recalled due to faulty Takata airbag inflators. Models affected include the Pathfinder, Sentra, & Maxima.

Nissan Takata Airbag Recall Information

Check Nissan Recalls by VIN

Nissan has conducted recalls for passenger airbags manufactured by Takata. The recalls are largely confined to humid areas in the United States such as the Gulf Coast and some U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico & Guam. High absolute humidity has been identified as a potential problem for some Takata airbag installations.

These Nissan models may be affected:

  • 2003-2004 Pathfinder
  • 2004-2006 Sentra

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Why Safety Recalls Are Important

Over 55 million vehicles were recalled in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Throughout the year, NHTSA and auto manufacturers recall cars for various manufacturing defects that could affect the safety of the vehicle. These recalls are usually fixed free of charge to consumers. Recalls can affect almost any part of the car, including airbags, seatbelts, and brakes. Identifying and fixing open recalls helps ensure the safety of drivers, passengers, and even the occupants of other vehicles on the road.

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