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Infiniti and Ford targeted by China's latest consumer rights show

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Visitors at a Chinese auto show examine the Infiniti QX50. China's latest consumer watchdog program reported customer claims of defects in the Nissan Motor luxury brand.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI -- Chinese consumers accused Nissan Motor luxury brand Infiniti and Ford Motor of vehicle defects on the "315 Night Show," an undercover program by state broadcaster CCTV to mark world Consumer Rights Day on Monday.

The widely watched program, which has aired yearly since 1991, interviewed car owners who claimed their vehicles suffered sudden brake and accelerator failures.

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