Nissan is recalling around 7000 Qashqais in the UK after it discovered a fault that could result in drivers losing control of the steering.
Steering wheels will need to be replaced after an incident of one coming away from its mounting in an incident in Finland.
Nissan is advising owners of all Qashqai and Qashqai+2 models made between February 27 and May 16 to contact their dealer for a free replacement steering wheel.
The Qashqai is manufactured at Nissan’s Sunderland plant, and it’s the best-selling car made in the UK.
Around 48,000 cars are to be recalled worldwide, including the UK-built Qashqai and the NV200 van, built in Spain.