2021: Infiniti recalls

Three recalls for four Infiniti models in 2021


Infiniti has announced three recalls in 2021 through the Rapex system, affecting four of its models.

In addition to a recall for the QX56 SUV over airbags, other issues included a possible overload and driveshaft detachment with 2010-2014 Q70 and a faulty steering knuckle that could lead to loss of driveability with the 2016 and 2017 Infiniti Q30 and QX30.

All the recalls, sorted by model, are listed in the tables below.



Infiniti recalls in 2021 by model


Infiniti Q30

PublishedIssue
Infiniti Q30 (2016 – 2017)23. 07. 2021A defective joint could lead to a loss of manoeuvrability. This can increase the risk of an accident. The Infiniti Q30 ... .

All Q30’s recalls


Infiniti QX30

PublishedIssue
Infiniti QX30 (2016 – 2017)23. 07. 2021A defective joint could lead to a loss of manoeuvrability. This can increase the risk of an accident. The Infiniti QX30 ... .

All QX30’s recalls


Infiniti Q70

PublishedIssue
Infiniti Q70 (2010 – 2014)02. 04. 2021As a result of a design flaw, the drive shaft may be overloaded, causing it to potentially detach and damage the ... .

All Q70’s recalls


Infiniti QX56

PublishedIssue
Infiniti QX56 (2009 – 2013)31. 01. 2021Incorrect quantity of the propellant is distributed in the gas generator. As a result, the internal pressure in the driver airbag’s ... .

All QX56’s recalls


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