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Honda to recall over 8,500 City cars in India

Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI) on Saturday announced that it would call back 8,532 units of second-generation City,manufactured in 2007,for a preventive part replacement of power window switch....

Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI) on Saturday announced that it would call back 8,532 units of second-generation City,manufactured in 2007,for a preventive part replacement of power window switch.

“HSCI is proactively replacing the part in these vehicles related to the potential problem of smoke coming out from the power window switch if water enters the driver window when window is left open during heavy rain or is exposed to any other liquid due to spillage,” it said in a statement.

The replacement would be carried out free of cost and the company will communicate directly with the owners of the cars covered under this part replacement.

The company said that the third-generation City,currently sold in India,is not affected and does not require any part replacement and the global recall does not impact the Honda Jazz sold in India. Reports said the company is recalling 6.46 lakh Jazz cars across the world.

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Rival automaker Toyota ordered a new mass auto recall today,pulling up to 1.8 million vehicles from Europe. The latest in a series of recalls,which has now hit almost eight million Toyota cars worldwide,was again due to an accelerator problem and covered eight separate models and dates ranging back to February 2005.

First published on: 31-01-2010 at 03:21 IST
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