Honda Recalls 900,000 Minivans Due a Minor Manufacturing Defect
3 weeks ago
On Saturday, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. took the admirable discussion to recall all the 900,000 minivans that have a slight ‘chance’ of causing injuries.
The media reports state that 2011-2017 models of Honda Odyssey minivans have a marginal drawback – as their back-seats may tip forward, if not latched properly during the adjustment.
The eighth-largest automobile manufacturer company said that they had previously received 46 reports of minor injuries related to the matter. Therefore, the company is recalling all the problematic vehicles to help ensure proper latching. The company further added that they “had [also] posted a detailed instruction sheet on how to ensure seats are properly latched.”
Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation widely known as the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer. It is also the world’s largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines measured by volume.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. manufactures aircrafts, automobiles, motorcycles, and power equipment.