Nissan is set to recall 605,000 vehicles over defects with the steering system and vehicle batteries. The recall will comprise of 303,000 Frontiers, 283,000 Xterras and 18,500 Sentras from the year 2000 to the year 2010.
The affected vehicles reside in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, with 85 percent of the cars being sold in the United States.
The steering defect can result in a cracked steering shaft due to possible corrosion, while the battery problem exists in the positive cable on Sentras, can can lead to difficulties starting the car or driving at low speeds. No injuries or deaths have been reported in relation to the recall.