The Nissan car company has ordered a recall for review of a million of its cars in the United States.

The reason for the removal of vehicles is due to a fault in the system of air bags located in the front passenger seat.

The Japanese company said that the problem could be caused by a fault in the software that controls the system, which in most cases does not detect the passenger and therefore, does not activate the airbag.

The recall involves the last lines of vehicles, mini-vans and the so-called SUV or sport utility vehicles produced in 2013, Leaf, Pathfinder, Altima and Sentra models.