South Korea announced on Monday that Nissan Motor used a soft falsifying test results emission diesel engines fitted to SUVs Qashqai and intends to amend carmaker Japanese and to sue the head of operations of South Korean.
Nissan representatives have denied the allegations.
"Nissan Motor have never handled any vehicle illegally produced so far and did not use any software falsifying test results antipollution", says the declaration Nissan subsidiary in South Korea
South Korean Ministry of Environment announced that it intends to amend the Nissan 330 million won ($ 280,000) for handling emissions Qashqai SUV and demanded the recall of 814 Qashqai models sold so far.
South Korean authorities conducted tests on 20 after Volkswagen diesel vehicles has recognized that the period from 2005 to 2015 has equipped 11 million vehicles sold worldwide with a soft falsifying test results emission diesel engines.