Japanese carmaker Honda has noticed some technical flaws in bikes and scooters. After which Honda Two-Wheeler’s India recalls these cars. According to media reports, the company’s recall includes cars that were built between November 2019 and 2021.
According to the data, the recall features passenger models like Hornet 2.0, CB Shine, X-Blade as well as the country’s best-selling scooter Honda Activa 5G / 6G covers. In addition to these, the company also recalled the CB 30000 and Hones CB 350 models sold by the BB Wing dealership.
Why companies recovered cars:
It is said that some problems have been noticed in the reflections of the damaged vehicles in this recovery. Also, the vehicles that have had the image replaced during the period mentioned above are also part of this recall. Regarding this technical error, Honda said that it is a minor problem and it will not cause any major problems. This is due to incorrect positioning of the reflector, which can cause changes in the reflection of light.
How to check your car:
If you have purchased a car in the period mentioned above, you can check if your car is part of this recall from the comfort of your own home. For this you have to go through the official website of Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India and Honda Big Wing. Website Must see. Where you need to enter your vehicle’s 17-digit unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) frame number.
You will then find out if your car has been affected by this revision. If so, you can select your nearest authorized dealership / service center through the website. It is worth noting here that you will be given an appointment at the dealership keeping in mind the lockdown in your area. Because of the corona infection, lockdowns have been implemented in most states of the country.
Dealerships have also instructed the company to contact the owners of the vehicles affected by this revision via SMS, call or e-mail. So that the vehicle can be checked without any hassle and necessary changes can be made in it. If you are not able to test your vehicle online, you can contact your nearest dealership.