A piece of great news has come for Honda Bikers. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has recalled 50,034 bikes and scooters from its four models. This is believed to be the company's biggest recall so far. According to the report, all these models have been prepared between February 04 and July 03. Coming to the recalled models, these include Aviator (Disk), Activa 125 (Disk), Grazia (Disk) and CB Shine (Self and Disk) CBS variants. Let's know the full details
For your information, Honda's front brake master cylinder is likely to be a problem, which the company has decided to recall all trains. The front brake master cylinder of the bike is having problems causing difficulty in moving the wheel. There is also a fear that this problem can lead to wheel jams at any time.
According to a recent company statement, all these trains will be first checked and the entire brake system will be replaced if required, though the company has also made it clear that customers will not be charged for the same. Dealers will approach customers for the return of the trains. Earlier, Honda Cars had received complaints in the Takata Front Airbag Inflators of 5088 cars of Honda Jazz, Honda City, CR-V, Civic and Accord. The trains were manufactured between 2003 and 2013.
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