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Nissan recall 2.1 million cars

TOKYO, Oct 28 – Japan\’s Nissan Motor said Thursday it was recalling more than 2.1 million cars globally due to a faulty engine control system.

Nissan will exchange for free defective parts on certain models, as the fault may "cause the engine to stall while running", the company said in a report to the Japanese transport ministry.

In Japan alone, Nissan will recall a total of 834,759 vehicles of nine models, including the Cube, March and Tiida, produced between 2003 and 2006 in Japan, the spokesman said.

Nissan is to recall 761,528 vehicles in North America, 354,170 in Europe and 194,409 in China as well as Taiwan because of the same system trouble, the spokesman added.
 

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