Honda Cars India Ltd.
(HCIL) is recalling 190,578 of its cars for an airbag inflator defect. The company announced a voluntarily replacement campaign of Takata passenger
inflators in 190,578 of its vehicles on July 14, 2016. These vehicles consist of the previous generation
Accord, CR-V, Civic, City and Jazz. This is a part of Honda’s
precautionary global recall campaign which
has been running for a few years now to replace faulty Takata
front airbag inflators.
Honda recalls CR-V and Accord models for faults
Honda recalls 2338 cars over airbag defect
dealerships across the country will carry out these replacements free of cost
in a phased manner. The replacement campaign for CR-V and Civic models will
begin immediately while the replacement of inflators for other models will
begin in September 2016. Honda will communicate with the customers directly to
inform them regarding the replacement campaign. Customers can log on to
www.hondacarindia.com to check if their vehicles are covered under the campaign
by submitting their 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number.
No of Affected Vehicles
2003 – 2011
2009 - 2011
2008 - 2011
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