Australia-Wide Recall Issued for Nissan Navara Warrior Utes Over Inadequate Vehicle Jack

In a significant automotive safety announcement, Nissan Australia has initiated a nationwide recall impacting over 4,000 units of the Premcar-developed Nissan Navara Warrior. The recall, which spans models built between 2021 and 2023, includes the D23-series SL Warrior and the top-tier PRO-4X Warrior.

The heart of the issue lies in the vehicle jack supplied with these models. According to the official safety notice, this jack fails to comply with the Australian Consumer Product Safety Standard. The primary concern is its inadequacy in lifting the front axle sufficiently to facilitate the replacement of the Warrior’s larger all-terrain tires.

The recall encompasses a total of 4,337 utes, specifically targeting those manufactured in the stated period. This action reflects Nissan’s commitment to safety and regulatory compliance.

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