Latest INFINITI Recalls

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INFINITI Recall History

Infiniti has had some of its sedans and SUVs recalled over the past several years including airbags that may not deploy, too low fuel levels and loose pressure sensors. Among the current models affected are the Q50 sedan, Q60 coupe and QX30 crossover.

In 2017, Infiniti recalled over 14,000 vehicles including 2016-2018 Q50 and 2017 Q60 vehicles equipped with a 2.0L engine for incorrect software with the fuel pump. The problem resulted in a fuel level too low to supply the engine, which in turn increased the risk of the vehicle stalling out. According to the NHTSA, as of April 2018 the completion rate was 76.4 percent.

Two separate recalls were made for 2017 QX30 vehicles to deal with front side passenger and side window airbags that would fail to inflate in the event of an accident. Dealers will replace all faulty airbags for free as part of this campaign.

Another recall occurred in 2016 to deal with an error in the adaptive steering system of 2014-2016 Infiniti Q50 and Q50 Hybrid vehicles. A software update is needed to correct the unresponsiveness in the steering as the result of the defect. As of January 2018, the completion rate for this recall was 89.6 percent.

In 2015, Infiniti recalled 2012-2013 M56, QX56, and 2014-2015 Q70 and Q80 vehicles over loose fuel pressure sensors. Only V8-engined Q70 vehicles were included in the recall. If not corrected, the loose sensor could cause a fuel leak and possible vehicle fire. The completion rate was 81.0 percent as of September 2016, per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Check your Infiniti’s Vehicle Identification Number of VIN at www.nhtsa.gov/recalls to see if it has any open recalls. Infiniti customer service can be reached at 1-800-662-6200.

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