So if you heard Nissan halted all domestic market (japanese market) production for two weeks because they had regular un trained people doing the final inspections on cars.
This violated its own internal policies etc. I wonder how this will impact the company as it opens the door for more scrutiny.
For my own experience with Nissan outside of my old Datsun that is. In November 2016 My wife and I bought a new Rogues SL AWD and I have to say it was a hunk of junk which led to us trading it on on my wifes Mercedes in April. The car had several Quality control and safety issues like the rear seat belts rattled and weren't tightened down all the way, The cowl wasn't properly assembled which caused the blower fan box to fill with water and freeze a week after we got the car which ultimately led to the blower fan intermittently making noise before going bad two months in. One of the fenders wasn't tightened down, and one of the factory roof rails just came off. You know problems reminiscent of Mitsubishi (a company that Nissan bought 34% in to save.) All of this led me to selling the Nissan after only having it for 6 months and vowing never again. (Of course I would never sell the 510 nor do I include any other Datsun in that statement.) When searching online I found tons of other similar stories from various cars that they sell so clearly they haven't been doing their job when it comes to QC'ing cars for a long time.
I have to wonder if this embarrassment for Nissan will finally lead to a positive change with the brand or if it isn't the harbinger of worse to come.