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Jun 23rd, 2016

Honda Malaysia Recalls 147,894 Units of Honda Vehicles (2003 - 2011 YM)

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Petaling Jaya, 23 June 2016 – Honda Malaysia today announced that it is extending its proactive measure to ensure customer safety by recalling 147,894 units of Honda vehicles to replace the front passenger airbag inflator.

 

The vehicle models involved in this recall are Accord (2003-2011 YM), City (2009-2011 YM), Civic (2007-2011 YM), CR-V (2008-2011 YM),
Freed (2009-2011 YM), Insight (2011 YM), Jazz (2009-2011 YM) and Odyssey (2004-2008 YM).

 

Model Year Model Units Affected
Accord 2003 - 2011 46,832
City 2009 - 2011 52,345
Civic 2007 - 2011 23,701
CR-V 2008 - 2011 15,938
Freed 2009 - 2011 2,582
Insight 2011 5,053
Jazz 2009 - 2011 899
Odyssey 2004 - 2008 544

 

Honda Malaysia assures customers that safety is the company’s prioritiy. The company regrets the inconvenience caused.

 

Honda Malaysia reiterates that all of its current selling models are not affected and will continue to uphold transparency and stringent control to ensure customer safety.

 

All affected customers will be informed via a notification letter, which will include details of the recall. Customers who receive the notification are advised to bring the letter and their vehicles to the nearest authorized Honda dealer for inspection.

 

The replacement works will be carried out once the parts are ready. Parts and labour charges related to this recall will be borne by Honda Malaysia.

 

Honda owners can also check their vehicle recall status by calling the Honda Toll Free number 1-800-88-2020 or log on to www.honda.com.my,
or visit any authorized Honda dealers.

 

 

Honda Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. continues to urge all owners of Honda vehicles affected by the airbag inflator recall to get their vehicles checked and parts replaced at any authorized Honda dealers as soon as possible upon receipt of the notification letter.


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