2021: Nissan recalls

Four recalls for three Nissan models

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

Two of Nissan‘s recalls involved the model Juke. The rear seatback may not be securely locked when folded upright with about 56,000 vehicles built between September 2019 and August 2020. The driver’s airbag may rupture during inflation in another roughly 17,000 April and May 2019 Nissan Juke models.

Nissan has also announced two other recalls for NV200 and NV400 vans.

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

We have written about some of the faults in the following articles.

Mitsubishi recalls in 2021 by model

Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke (2019 – 2020)17. 10. 2021Due to a design change introducing an internal chamfer in the rear seatback lock button, the latch actuation rod can catch ... .
Nissan Juke (2019)02. 04. 2021Due to an error in the driver’s airbag folding process, the heat shield may not move fully into position around the ... .

All Juke’s recalls

Nissan NV200

Nissan e-NV200 (2019)02. 04. 2021Due to an error in the driver’s airbag folding process, the heat shield may not move fully into position around the ... .

All NV200’s recalls

Nissan NV400

Nissan NV400 (2021)17. 10. 2021The right-hand rear brake calliper may be incorrectly assembled, which could cause certain components to fail when the parking brake is ... .
Nissan NV400 (2018 – 2019)14. 05. 2021The manufacturing tolerances of the fuel supply line are incorrect. As a result, the fuel supply line may leak, leading to ... .

All NV400’s recalls

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