Bentley has recalled three variants in Australia this week, due to a potential problem with the battery cable.
Bentley says the 12-volt battery cable has a bolted connection where it passes through the front bulkhead on the right hand side.
In some models, there is a possibility that this connection may become loose.
If so, the driver will not be able to start the engine. If the cable overheats during times of maximum electrical load, a fire could result in extreme cases.
Nissan is also recalling its NP300 Navara this week, but the Japanese carmaker says just two vehicles are affected.
The unlucky pair of customers may experience a problem with the child restraint system (CRS) top tethers, which may fail in extreme loading scenarios.
If the tethers were to fail during a collision, there could be an increased risk of injury to the vehicle’s occupants.
Both Bentley and Nissan will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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