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U.S. Opens Probe on Nissan SUV for Alleged Unintended Braking

U.S. Opens Probe on Nissan SUV for Alleged Unintended Braking

   New York, Sept. 12 (Jiji Press)--The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a preliminary investigation into false activation claims about an automatic emergency braking system employed by Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co.'s <7201> Rogue, an SUV model for the North American market, it was learned Thursday.
   As many as 843 complaints have been filed about the automatic safety system being activated despite there being no obstacles in the front of the car, as well as 14 reports of related collisions and five related cases of incidents resulting in injuries.

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