Nissan Motor is recalling more than 1.2 million vehicles in the United States, citing a safety issue with backup camera displays.
Nissan notified the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday that it will recall 25 models made in 2018 and 2019. They include the Rogue sport-utility vehicle, the luxury brand Infiniti, and the electric model Leaf.
The Administration says the display settings can be adjusted to a point where the rear view image is no longer visible. It says these vehicles fail to comply with federal safety requirements.
There have been no reports of accidents linked to this issue, but Nissan said it decided to go ahead with the recall. The automaker will offer free software upgrades to fix the problem.
Separately, US regulators started an investigation this month into the automatic braking system in Nissan’s Rogue model. The regulators said they had received more than 120 reports of sudden, unintended activation of the brake system.