All costs related to this recall activity will be borne by Honda Malaysia.
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The recall affects 630 units of City RS Hybrid 2021 as Honda needs to replace the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) camera.
The device, fitted in the front windscreen, may not work correctly and result in the ADAS being inactive when driving.
Honda Malaysia recalls 702 City Hybrid, Civic cars over safety issues https://t.co/1N0LcRNxtv— EIN Presswire: Hybrid Cars Newswire (@EINHybridCars) September 20, 2022
Honda Malaysia also recalls 72 units of the Civic 2022 to fix the welding point at the slide adjuster in the driver seat.
The recall is necessary as the driver’s seat may not be in a fixed position when driving and may compromise the seatbelt protection for the driver.
Recall Is Free Of Charge
All inspection, repair and replacement of the affected parts are free as Honda Malaysia will absorb all related costs.
Honda Malaysia added that the issues mentioned above had caused no accidents locally.
Honda Malaysia encourages customers to download and update their details via the HondaTouch mobile application for further verification, and customers will be informed via notification letters, or they can also contact any Honda authorised dealer.Honda Malaysia on the recall exercise.
Honda Malaysia apologised for the inconvenience caused and assured vehicle owners that other current productions and selling models are not affected.
For more information or to check their vehicle status on this product recall, vehicle owners can call Honda Malaysia’s toll-free number at 1-800-88-2020 or visit productrecall.honda.com.my.
In June this year, the Japanese automaker also announced a proactive product recall involving the City, City Hatchback, HR-V and BR-V.
The models affected are 1,068 City 2021 Year Model units and City Hatchback 2022 Year Model.