7,050 units of Honda CR-V recalled
KUALA LUMPUR: Earlier today, Honda Malaysia announced a product update campaign that concerns a model recall. As a precautionary measure, the automaker has recalled 7,050 units of 2018 Honda CR-V to replace its gear push knob.
According to the Japanese automaker, all the models in its current lineup are not affected by the said recall issue, and the brand will continue to stringent controls and uphold transparency for customers.
The said Honda product update campaign is a precautionary measure that has been introduced by the company to address the possibility of owners facing problems with the gear lever when shifting from one gear position to parking position.
Owners need not worry about the replacement cost of the gear push knob button, as Honda Malaysia would bear all the cost.
A notification letter will be sent to all the affected owners, and it’ll also include the product detail. Those who receive the letter would be required to submit their car to the nearest authorized Honda dealership for inspection. The replacement stock of the gear push knob button will be available in stages.
Customers can procure more details about the Honda product update campaign by either calling the toll free number - 1-800-88-2020 or by logging on to Honda Malaysia website.