Nissan to recall nearly 500,000 March cars in Japan

TOKYO Thu Dec 6, 2012 12:40pm IST

Visitors talk at the Nissan stand during the second media day of the 80th Geneva Auto Show at the Palexpo in Geneva March 3, 2010. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/Files

Visitors talk at the Nissan stand during the second media day of the 80th Geneva Auto Show at the Palexpo in Geneva March 3, 2010.

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TOKYO (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd (7201.T) intends to recall 498,793 March/Micra hatchbacks in Japan to fix a problem with the rear combination light.

No accidents or injuries have been reported due to the fault, which only occurred in cars sold in Japan, a Nissan spokesman said.

The company did not disclose any estimate of the cost of the recalls. (Reporting by Kentaro Sugiyama and James Topham; Editing by Michael Watson)

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