Japanese automotive company Nissan Motor Co. on Friday announced plans to recall approximately 150,000 cars due to incorrect checks on new cars.
"Nissan recently found new differences that may have led to incorrect decision-making when testing cars," the company says.
The company says that up to 150,000 cars will immediately be withdrawn in Japan.
Nissan confirms that improper inspections were carried out at Japanese assembly plants on their brakes, speed gauges and other systems before they were deployed.
The company plans to inform the authorities about this withdrawal on Thursday.
Last year, Nissan was forced to withdraw more than a million cars that did not meet the national requirements for car final inspections.
This is a new battle for Nissan, which was already interrupted by the arrest of former President of the Council, Carlos Gosna, in connection with financial irregularities.
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