Honda recalling popular models like CR-V, Accord - here’s why

By : Mahi

Due to an issue with the front seat belts, Honda has recalled over 500,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada.

Several of Honda's well-known models are included in the recall, including the 2017 through 2020 CR-V, the 2018 and 2019 Accord,

the 2018 through 2020 Odyssey, the 2019 Insight, and the 2019 and 2020 Acura RDX.

The release button may shrink against the channel at colder temperatures, according to documents published by American safety officials on March 15;

This is because the surface coating on the buckle's channel might deteriorate over time.

In the event of a collision, this increased friction may prevent the buckle from locking properly, increasing the risk of harm and leaving the driver or passengers unrestrained.

Although there have been no reports of injuries associated with this problem, Honda is advising owners to take their cars to a dealer as soon as they can.

If necessary, Honda dealers will swap out the buckle components or the release buttons for the front seat belts.

Beginning on April 17, letters will be sent to owners of impacted automobiles. Honda also announced a recall in December 2022 for little

over 200,000 hybrid vehicles due to problems with the brake pedal sensors in specific models.

According to China's State Administration for Market Regulation, Honda's joint venture with Dongfeng Motor Group Co.

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