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1.3 Million Hondas Recalled Over Takata Passenger Airbags 12
Jan
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Acura, Acura MDX, Acura RL, Acura TSX, Acura ZDX, honda, Honda Civic, Honda Clarity, Honda CR-V, Honda Element, Honda FCX, Honda Jazz - Fit, Honda Pilot, Honda Ridgeline, honda-fit, Recalls on 01 12th, 2017


Honda has issued another recall to replace problematic Takata airbags. More of the same, you say? Maybe, but this time it's not the airbag in the steering wheel – it's the passenger airbag.
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Remember When These Boxy Japanese Wagons Were A Thing? 7
Jan
Posted by Carscoops Staff in honda, Honda Element, Kia, Kia Soul, nissan, Nissan Cube, Scion, Scion xB, Spotlight on 01 7th, 2017

Automotive trends come and go. These days it's all about oddly shaped crossover (faux) coupes. Before that, carmakers were clamoring to make hard-top convertibles. But a few years back, an unusual breed of boxy hatchback/wagon/crossover/things were all the rage – among Japanese automakers, anyway.
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Remember When These Boxy Japanese Wagons Were A Thing? 7
Jan
Posted by Carscoops Staff in honda, Honda Element, Kia, Kia Soul, nissan, Nissan Cube, Scion, Scion xB, Spotlight on 01 7th, 2017

Automotive trends come and go. These days it's all about oddly shaped crossover (faux) coupes. Before that, carmakers were clamoring to make hard-top convertibles. But a few years back, an unusual breed of boxy hatchback/wagon/crossover/things were all the rage – among Japanese automakers, anyway.
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Honda Recalls 384,00 Vehicles Over Ignition Interlock Switch 10
Aug
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, honda, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Honda Element, honda recall, News on 08 10th, 2010

Honda has just issued a recall for 2003 model year Accords, Civics and 2003-2004 year Elements for a potentially defective ignition interlock switch. The potential defect in the ignition switch may allow drivers to remove the key without the transmission being placed in into park. This could allow the vehicle to move without operator input potentially causing an accident from a rolling vehicle.

A total of 384,000 vehicles are affected by this new recall. Owners of these vehicles that have immediate questions in regards to this recall are advised to contact Honda’s customer service at 800-999-1009. In the meantime as we await the Honda dealerships ramping up their supplies to resolve the issue, it would be a good idea to make sure your effected vehicle is securely in park with the parking brake set firmly when parking your vehicle.

[sources: Honda, NHTSA]







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