Hyundai has issued a recall for its Grandeur in Australia, due to a potential problem with the driver-side powered seat.
The carmaker says the seat may not operate properly while driving, possibly causing a distraction for the driver and preventing them from adjusting the seat to the preferred position.
Offending Grandeurs were sold in Australia between March and August of 2007. A total of 50 vehicles are involved in the recall for Australia, and Hyundai reports no incidents locally from this issue.
Nissan has recalled its Pathfinder SUV in Australia, due to a potential problem with the fuel tank.
The Japanese carmaker has identified a weakness with the fuel tank, which may not have been manufactured to the thickness specified.
Should this be the case, the tank may be susceptible to damage during a collision which could lead to a fuel leak and in extreme circumstances, a fire.
The R52 Pathfinder is the subject of the recall, with an unidentified number affected in Australia.
The recall process will see the tank and fuel gauge packing replaced at no cost to owners.
Nissan will attempt to contact affected owners once the necessary parts have been secured, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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