The latest to join the growing list of vehicle recalls is Nissan, which is recalling more than two million vehicles worldwide due to engine problems.
The recall, Nissan's third largest ever, will affect six model in the U.S. that were built between 2003-2006. The Armada, Frontier, Pathfinder, Titan, Xterra and Infiniti QX56 are all part of the recall.
These vehicles, along with others worldwide, are being recalled because of an ignition problem that is stalling the engine. The company says that no accidents have been reported because of the defect. A cost has not been announced, but it is believed that repairs for a recalled vehicle should be quick, possibly as short as half an hour.