It has started to seem as Honda and faulty airbags go hand in hand as one of the world’s largest automotive manufacturer recalls 5,088 units.
The company said that is replacing faulty Takata airbags as a part of its precautionary global recall campaign.
The Japanese manufacturer announced that the front driver and passenger airbags might be faulty. These airbags are present in previous-generation models of Jazz, City, CR-V, Civic and Accord.
Honda is recalling 2,099 units of City sedan manufactured between 2007- 2013, 2,577 units of CR-V produced between 2003-2008 and in 2011 and 350 units of Accord manufactured in 2003.
It is also recalling 52 units of Civic sedan manufactured between 2006-2008 and 10 units of Jazz manufactured between 2009-2012 reported by MoneyControl.
The company is willing to replace the airbags free of cost at all Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) dealerships across the country. Previously, in April, Honda had recalled 3,669 Accord units as a part of its global exercise.
Stay tuned to Brandsynario.