Recall Alert: Nissan Recalls 800,000 Rogue SUVs for Ignition Problems

Nissan’s massive recall has been made, affecting more than 809,000 SUV models. Imagine that you are driving down the road in your Nissan Rogue when the car suddenly stops without warning. This can be a very dangerous situation that no one wants to experience.

Which Nissan Rogue SUV models are subject to this recall?

Nissan Rogue | Raymond Boyd via Getty Images

It was the most popular car in Nissan’s lineup for several years. That doesn’t bode well for a major recall covering several model years. Nissan’s new recall covers certain 2014 through 2020 Rogue SUVs. Rogue Sport models aren’t immune to this issue because the recall affects smaller 2017 through 2022 Nissan SUVs.

Reports indicate that Nissan is also advising key owners who will not remain in an unlocked position to contact their local dealer.

How do owners know if their Nissan SUV has a recall?

Nissan’s privacy is for owners to find out if they’ve had any recalls on their vehicles, including this latest recall. SUV owners who prefer to find out this information by phone can call the Nissan Consumer Affairs line at (800) 867-7669.

What should Nissan Rogue owners do in the meantime?

A red 2023 Nissan Rogue is on the road.
2023 Nissan Rogue | Nissan Motor Company

Any Nissan Rogue and Rogue Sport owners who own a Jackknife keychain should pull any other keys or keychains off the chain. In addition, Nissan SUV owners should ensure that the fob is fully open before driving and be careful to avoid touching the fob while driving.

Then, check out the latest or learn more about the latest Nissan Rogue recall in this video below:


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