Over 345,000 Nissan vehicles sold in Japan and Asia have been recalled by Nissan Motor Company.
There have been no reports of accidents or injuries, but the Transport Ministry said corrosion could cause braking issues. The vehicles are also said to have faulty fuel gauges, though specific problems were not mentioned in more detail.
The models recalled were the Cefiro sedan (marketed abroad as the Maxima), and the Elgrand and Serena minivans.
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