Nissan globally recalls approximately 138 million vehicles including the Nissan Lannia model

Nissan recalls 138 million vehicles worldwide, including the Lannia model

【Phoneauto News】Recently, Phoneauto noticed that Nissan officially announced a global recall of Nissan Leaf and other models, as these vehicles may experience sudden acceleration under certain circumstances and have a potential risk of short-circuiting, which could result in a loss of power. It is reported that Nissan has previously recalled approximately 700,000 vehicles in Japan, and this time the recall will be expanded to the United States and Europe, with a total of approximately 1.38 million vehicles being recalled worldwide, including the Leaf, Note, Juke, and Serena models.

It is worth mentioning that in mid-July, Nissan submitted a report to the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, initiating a recall of over 484,000 vehicles. The reason for the recall is that these models’ engines may have a risk of failure. The surge air hose of their engines has a defect, and the size of the protector covering the hose surface is insufficient. As a result, cracks may appear in the unprotected hose, which could lead to engine malfunction. This recall involves the “Note,” “Serena,” and “Kicks” models, with production dates ranging from August 25, 2016, to March 23, 2022.

According to official data, Nissan’s net income for the fiscal year 2022 (April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023) was 10.6 trillion yen (approximately 547.4 billion RMB), with a net profit of 377.1 billion yen (approximately 19.4 billion RMB) and a net revenue of 221.9 billion yen (approximately 11.4 billion RMB). The operating profit margin is 3.6%. At the same time, Nissan’s automotive business achieved positive free cash flow and operating profit, with a cash net price of 1.2 trillion yen (approximately 61.9 billion RMB).

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