Renault-Samsung, Nissan recall 539 faulty units in KoreaRenault Samsung Motors and Nissan Korea have recalled hundreds of vehicles due to production flaws.
A flaw was detected in a power steering part that was supplied by Japanese parts supplier NSK, according to the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs yesterday.
Some 521 units of Renault Samsung’s QM5 sold between Sept. 13, 2010, and Jan. 18 of this year will be recalled, as well as 18 units of Nissan’s Rogue sold between Aug. 17 and Oct. 30 of last year. Vehicle owners are entitled to receive free repairs at the service centers of both carmakers.
Honda Korea also recalled 821 units of its GL1800 motorcycles that were manufactured between July 24, 2001, and March 26, 2009, due to braking problems.
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