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Nissan recalls model year 2019 Titans with LED headlights

The headlights may have incorrect aiming marks

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Nissan North America is recalling 82 model year 2019 Titans with LED headlights.

The headlights may have incorrect aiming marks.

The incorrect marks may cause the headlights to be aimed incorrectly during servicing, resulting in insufficient illumination of the road while driving at night, thereby increasing the risk of a crash.

What to do

Nissan will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and — as necessary — replace the headlight assemblies free of charge.

The recall is expected to begin on October 20, 2020.

Owners may contact Nissan customer service at (800) 867-7669. Nissan’s number for this recall is PC751.

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Nissan to Offer NISMO-Branded Off-Road Accessories

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From Car and Driver

  • Nissan is offering NISMO-branded off-road accessories for the Frontier, Titan, and long-departed Xterra.

  • Upgraded Bilstein dampers, tough front bumpers, Rigid lights, and stronger wheels will be offered by NISMO.

  • Pricing will be announced closer to when the parts go on sale this fall.

It doesn’t take a paleontologist to tell us the Nissan Frontier is old. Our once taut skin has wrinkled and our hairs have turned gray as we have awaited the debut of the all-new model. Nissan may have fitted the next-generation powertrain into the 2020 Frontier, but its looks are essentially identical to those from the George W. Bush administration. Ahead of this year’s Rebelle Rally—an all-female adventure race—Nissan has unveiled NISMO-branded accessories to spice up the truck’s look and off-road capability.

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Similar to the Performance Level 1 that Ford offers for the Ranger, Nissan breaks up

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