Transport Canada Recall - 2019090 - NISSAN
Please see corrective actions section below
2017 | NISSAN | QASHQAI, 2017 | NISSAN | ROGUE, 2018 | NISSAN | QASHQAI, 2018 | NISSAN | ROGUE
In certain driving situations, a metal structure like a railroad crossing or overhead sign could cause the Automatic Emergency Braking system (AEB) to activate when it is not needed. If this happens, the system would provide a collision warning. If the driver takes no action, the vehicle could slow suddenly or come to a complete stop.
If the AEB system activates with braking when no potential collision is present, it could increase the risk of a crash.
The company will send a letter to owners to explain this issue. Owners will be informed that a software update is available for the AEB system. This update can be installed at a dealership at no charge to the owner.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.