Nissan Recalls 809K SUVs: Ignition Glitch Could Shut Off Engines While Driving

Nissan has issued a recall of 809,000 SUVs due to an ignition glitch that could cause the engine to shut off while driving. The recall affects the Nissan Rogue model from the 2017 and 2018 model years.

According to Nissan, the recall is due to a key issue which can cause the engine to shut off while the vehicle is in motion. The company has stated that the majority of the affected vehicles are in the United States, with some in Canada and Mexico.

The company is offering to replace the faulty parts free of charge and is encouraging owners to take their vehicles to a Nissan dealership for repair. Nissan has also set up a website to help owners locate their nearest dealership.

This is the second recall for the Rogue model this year. In February, Nissan recalled nearly 1 million SUVs due to a defect that could cause the vehicle to shut off while driving.

Nissan is urging owners to take the recall seriously and to get their vehicles repaired as soon as possible. The company is committed to ensuring the safety of its customers and is doing everything it can to rectify the issue.