Nissan is recalling approximately 300,000 Versa and Versa Note vehicles, model years 2012-2015, to adjust a console panel that could catch the driver’s shoe and slow the effort to apply the brakes. A report filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated that in rare cases, the right edge of a driver’s shoe might catch on the center console’s lower trim panel. The car manufacturer said it received a report of an accident which caused an injury as a result of this condition, yet no deaths have been related to the issue.
Nissan said owners of vehicles affected by this recall have already been notified, and those who have not had the issue addressed will get a recall letter. Dealers will trim the console panel so that its leading edge is farther from the driver’s foot. The repair will be performed free of charge.
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