Nissan Motor Co Ltd plans to recall approximately 3.5 million vehicles in the U.S. and across the world citing seat sensor malfunctions and faulty airbags. The Friday 20th announcement explains that passenger-side airbags are likely to fail in a crash because of a defective seat sensor and wrong passengers identification.
Marlon Kobacker, a business sustainability advisor with a 12-year experience developing and implementing strategies for entrepreneurship programs, describes the Nissan Motor Co Ltd recall as the best move to assure customers and also present the vehicle manufacturing company as caring.
Marlon Kobacker whose reputable record in public and private organizations features opines that Nissan will either replace or reprogram the faulty sensors in the LEAF, Pathfinder, Maxima, Nissan Altima, Murano, Sentra, NV200/Chevrolet City Express/Taxi, Q50, Rogue, and Infiniti JX35/QX60.
The recall will affect 3.1 million cars driven by the U.S. citizens and 320,000 vehicles globally. Any customer affected by the Nissan recall will get a notification letter explaining the modifications Nissan plans to do and the particular dates the accessory repairs are available in regional Nissan service centers.
According to Marlon Kobacker, the recall is a crucial business sustainability strategy that will address Nissan’s passenger classification systems, which may incorrectly identify adult passengers as children or see an occupied seat as empty.