Nissan is recalling more than 2 million vehicles worldwide because of a faulty engine control system.
It involves nine models including MTI favourite the Cube (whatever were they thinking?), March and Tida which were produced in Japan, the US and 4 other countries between 2003 and 2006.
Nissan said there had been no accidents reported due to the fault, which can cause the engine to stall while running (eek!).
In Europe, 354,170 are being recalled, but the majority affected are in Japan and North America.
In Japan alone, Nissan will recall a total of 834,759 vehicles with another 762,000 units being called back in the US and Canada while a further 194,409 are being recalled in China and Taiwan.
The company will exchange for free defective parts on certain models, as the fault may cause the engine to stall while running.
Earlier this year, Nissan recalled about 76,000 cars in Japan and more than 2,000 overseas due to a defect that may cause engine failure.