|Vehicle Make / Model:||Model Year(s):|
|INFINITI / QX56||2010|
|NISSAN / ARMADA||2010|
|NISSAN / FRONTIER||2010|
|NISSAN / PATHFINDER||2010|
|NISSAN / TITAN||2010|
|NISSAN / XTERRA||2010|
|Manufacturer: NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC.||Mfr's Report Date: MAY 12, 2010|
|NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 10V208000|| |
N/ANHTSA Action Number: N/A
NISSAN IS RECALLING CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2010 TITAN, ARMADA, QX56, FRONTIER, XTERRA, AND PATHFINDER VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM NOVEMBER 19, 2009 THROUGH MARCH 3, 2010. THE LOWER CONTROL LINK ASSEMBLY HAS TWO CYLINDRICAL COLLARS FORMING THE INBOARD ATTACHMENT POINTS TO THE CHASSIS. DUE TO AN IMPROPER WELDING PROCESS SOME COLLARS MAY CONTAIN WELDS THAT DO NOT MEET STRENGTH SPECIFICATIONS.
IF THE COLLAR WELD SEPARATES, THE VEHICLE HANDLING WILL DETERIORATE, POSSIBLY RESULTING IN A VEHICLE CRASH.
NISSAN WILL NOTIFY OWNERS AND DEALERS.
I got news for you, Nissan. If the welds do not hold, saying that the "vehicle handling will deteriorate" is a vast understatement. That's kind of like saying that if the Titanic had struck a bigger iceberg, the "boat handling will deteriorate" some.
If you've got one of these potential Infiniti lemons, or a Nissan lemon, and your dealer will not, or can not, take care of you, then call us. We know what to do with a lemon truck and lemon cars. Getting rid of them, and getting back your money, is what we do. Since 1978.
Because life's too short to drive a lemon motor vehicle.