- Honda 2Wheelers India issues a recall notice
- Vehicles recalled over reflex reflector issue
- Reflex Reflector will be replaced free of charge
Honda 2Wheelers India has issued a recall notice for vehicles manufactured between November 2019 to January 2021. The Japanese automaker has recalled these vehicles over a reflex reflector issue. The reflector fitted in vehicles is at slight variance from the required photometric provisions resulting in insufficient light reflection efficiency. However, the company claims that the impact on vehicle visibility is insignificant.
The potentially affected vehicle models include X-Blade, Hornet 2.0, H’ness CB350, Activa 5G, Activa 6G, Activa 125 BS6, CB Shine and CB 300R. The company will notify the customers via email, call or SMS for inspection of their vehicles. Customers can also check applicability of their vehicles by entering their respective Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the service campaign section on the official website.
The owners with their vehicles identified under the recall may book a service appointment with the authorised Honda 2Wheelers dealership, where the reflex reflector will be replaced on a free of charge basis. Owners of the CB300R and H’ness CB350 would need to visit the nearest Honda BigWing dealership for the replacement of the affected part. The company shall start the campaign to replace the suspected part from 1 June 2021 onwards, subject to unlock as per local administration guidelines.