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Nissan's quality control department must be having Zsa-Zsa-sized fits. First Altimas and Sentras develop a penchant for oil consumption and possible conflagration and now more than 150,000 Japanese-market vehicles are on their way back to dealers for repairs. The 144,298 Elgrand minivans built between April 2002 and December 2005 have a design flaw in the braking system that may increase stopping distances, and the 11,154 March minicars constructed between February 2002 and March 2004 have a possibly-faulty switch that could cause erratic brake-light activation.

Nissan Motor to recall some 150,000 cars [Forbes]

Fire!: Nissan Tells Dealers to Stop Selling Altimas, Sentra SE-Rs [Internal]