Cease-sale order issued for 2023 Nissan Z


A difficulty with a 9-speed automated that just lately brought on Nissan to recall 1000’s of its Frontier and Titan pickup vehicles relationship again to the 2020 mannequin yr has additionally affected the automaker’s redesigned 2023 Z sports activities automotive.

The Z’s 9-speed automated comes from the identical provider and is constructed from the identical parts.

Because it investigates the matter in relation to the Z, Nissan has issued a stop-sale order for the sports activities automotive which has solely simply gone on sale, although solely fashions outfitted with the automated. The Z can be provided with a 6-speed guide.

The stop-sale order was issued on Aug. 29 and Nissan is working immediately with clients which have already purchased the automotive, Nissan spokesman Jonathan Buhler instructed Motor Authority.

The unique recall discover for the Frontier and Titan filed with the NHTSA earlier in Sept. states the transmission within the affected automobiles might not interact the parking pawl when shifted into park, which might result in the car rolling away.

A treatment is being developed and house owners of the affected automobiles are suggested to use the parking brake each time they park.

Anybody on the lookout for additional data can contact Nissan at 1-800-867-7669 or the NHTSA at 1-888-327-4236 (reference recall marketing campaign quantity 22V671000).


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