Nissan has said that it will recall almost 2,50,000 vehicles worldwide over a loose sensor that could cause fuel leaks in the worst cases.

The recall of 2,49,522 vehicles covers seven models, a Nissan spokesman said.

The models are the Juke, made in Japan and Britain, the Japanese-made Serena, Patrol, Infiniti M and Infiniti QX, the China-made Tiida, and the Micra made in India, a spokesman said.

Of the total, 92,679 recalls were in Japan, the spokesman said, adding that the problem had not caused any accidents anywhere in the world.

(This article was published on February 24, 2012)
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