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500,000 Honda cars from US and Canada are recalling due to seat belt issue!

Due to a potential issue with the front seat belt clasp, Honda is recalling 500,000 vehicles in the US and Canada.

In response to a manufacturing defect that may prevent the front seat belts from latching, Honda is recalling almost 500,00 vehicles.

Defective Honda Seatbelt

The 2017-2020 CR-V, 2018-2019 Accord, 2018-2020 Odyssey, and 2019 Insight are a few of the automaker’s best-selling cars that are affected by the recall. Also included is the Acura RDX for the 2019 and 2020 model years.

Honda asserts in documents made available to US safety inspectors on Wednesday that the buckling channel’s surface coating may degrade over time. When temperatures are lower, the release button can contract and press against the channel, which would cause friction and prevent the buckle from latching.

A driver or passenger may not be secured in a collision if the buckle doesn’t lock, which increases the risk of injury. Honda dealers will, at their discretion, replace the front seat belt buckle release buttons or the buckle assemblies in any impacted cars for no charge.

According to the company’s statements in the documents, as of the beginning of March, Honda has not received any complaints of injuries or fatalities connected to the problem.

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Honda Claims No Injuries From The Issue

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Due to a potential issue with the front seat belt clasp, Honda is recalling 500,000 vehicles in the US and Canada.

If it turns out to be necessary, the buckle components or the release buttons for the front seat belts will be replaced by the dealers. As of the 17th of April, owners will start receiving letters alerting them of the change.

Nevertheless, a recent crash test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety revealed that a number of midsize SUVs scored badly for rear-seat safety.

The majority of the tested vehicles scored low for the safety of passengers in the back, according to IIHS, even though all of the vehicles received good ratings for driver protection in front collisions.

Six of the 13 SUVs examined by IIHS received an overall “poor” grade, primarily because of insufficient rear-seat safety:

  • Honda Pilot
  • Hyundai Palisade
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Wrangler 4-door
  • Mazda CX-9
  • Nissan Murano

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