Nissan Recalls 5 Models Due to Faulty Sensor

Nissan has recalled five of its 2013 models in the U.S. due to a faulty sensor that can permanently turn off the front-seat passenger air bag, the AJC reports.

The recall includes the following models:

  • Altima midsized car –Nissan’s top selling model, with 49,000 sold this year
  • Leaf electric car
  • Pathfinder SUV
  • Sentra compact
  • Infiniti JX35 SUV

According to documents filed with safety regulators, Nissan hasn’t determined the number of vehicles affected by the recall.

Front passenger seats have built-in sensors that determine a passenger’s weight and turn off the air bags if a child is on board. The malfunctioning sensor can permanently turn off the air bags.

Nissan announced that its dealers will inspect the sensors in April and replace them free of charge if necessary.

At Pope & Howard, P.C., we specialize in cases involving serious personal injury and wrongful death resulting from defective products such as these.

Product Liability Cases at Pope & Howard, P.C.

Product liability is a legal action that holds vendors or manufacturers accountable when consumers are injured by their defective product.

The lawyers at Pope & Howard complete a comprehensive investigation of the injury and the product, and pursue the responsible party to obtain the compensation you deserve. We have already won a wide array of liability cases including automobile defects like airbags, seat belts, and other faulty parts.

If you or a loved one was injured due to a manufacturer’s negligence, call (404) 885-9999 or contact us via email to schedule your free consultation with a product liability lawyer.

Related Articles

Contact Us

Have a Question?