Nissan released a statement last week saying several thousands of vehicles have been released on the market that have not passed professional safety assessments.
That’s exactly why the company pulled from sale 1.2 million cars in Japan. And the final controls were being carried out by unskilled workers.
Following the announcement, Nissan’s stock values fell by 5.4%. Around 1 million and 210 thousand vehicles produced between October 2014 and September 2017 will be subject to a re-check.
The company did not give details as to why no inspections of manufactured cars were carried out in accordance with the rules prescribed by the Japanese market.
Thus, the team including the independent third-party is currently investigating the reasons for the failure. And the measures to take which should prevent the same problem from happening in the future.