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Honda issues recall for 646,000 Fit/Jazz models all over the world


It seems that Toyota isn’t the only Japanese carmaker to issue global recalls these days, as Honda has recently announced the recall of 646,000 units of its compact city car, the Fit, or the Jazz, as it is known in other parts of the world.

But while Toyota has been plagued with unintended acceleration issues, it seems Honda’s problems are fire-related, as the electric power window mechanism isn’t completely sealed, and might see rain enter its housing, which can cause a fire to erupt.

The recall affects all the major markets where the Fit/Jazz is sold, including North and South America, Europe, South Africa and Asia. Only three incidents were reported so far, but it’s better to be safe than on fire.

Source: Reuters


One Response to Honda issues recall for 646,000 Fit/Jazz models all over the world

  1. intensive driving says:

    I wonder how many other manufacturers will use the Toyota recall smokescreen to announce their own bad news?

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