Nissan plans to recall more than 188,000 of its sport-utility vehicles worldwide due to the increased risk of a crash posed by potentially faulty brake software, the maker has announced.
The move comes less than a month after the maker recalled more than 900,000 vehicles due to a flaw with accelerator sensors that could cause them to run slowly or even stall out.
The latest safety service action was triggered by reports that, on rough or uneven roads the software used to control the vehicles’ antilock braking could malfunction and result in longer stopping distances than drivers might expect. As a result, a motorist might rear end another vehicle, for example, or fail to stop in time at an intersection. (more…)