Renault recalls 4,000 cars after Nissan defect


PARIS, Oct 30 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said on Thursday it would recall some 4,000 cars featuring an engine that triggered a 2.55 million car recall by its Japanese partner Nissan . Europe's fourth biggest carmaker said that it had not detected any problems with the engines, but that it had decided to recall all cars containing them out of caution after defects with the motor prompted a massive recall at Nissan. "We will recall around 4,000 Vel Satis cars globally," said a ...

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