A software fault could lead to the cruise control system not functioning as intended and cause unintentional acceleration, according to the recall notice.
Nissan Australia has issued a recall for 1766 examples of its 2018-2023 Nissan Leaf, citing a potential fault with the car’s cruise control system which could cause unintentional acceleration when the system is deactivated.
The list of affected vehicles, which include both Nissan Leaf and Leaf e+ variants sold in Australia, features model years between 2018 and 2023.
The recall notice, lodged with the Department of Infrastructure, says: “Due to a software issue, the cruise control function may not operate as intended and could cause unintentional acceleration when deactivated.”
“An unintentional acceleration when using the cruise control function may increase the risk of an accident causing serious injury or death to vehicle occupants and/or other road users.”
A full list of vehicle identification numbers for the 1766 vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.
Nissan Australia advises owners should contact their local Nissan dealership to schedule an appointment to have their cruise control software updated, free of charge.
Owners can contact Nissan Australia directly about the recall by phoning 1800 035 035, or by emailing [email protected].
To have your vehicle checked, find your closest Nissan dealership by clicking here.
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