200K Honda Hybrids Recalled

Dec. 29, 2022

The issue stems from lubricating oil making its way into the part during manufacturing. 

Dec. 29, 2022—A problem with brake pedal sensors has led to the recall of 200,000 Honda hybrid vehicles. The issue stems from lubricating oil making its way into the part during manufacturing. 

According to Reuters, “105,608 hybrid vehicles produced between Oct. 8, 2018, and Sept. 7, 2020, by the Japanese carmaker's venture with Dongfeng Motor Group Co. would be recalled, along with another 95,081 units from Honda's manufacturing partnership with Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. made between Aug. 27, 2018, and Aug. 6, 2020. 

Honda says the recall would begin on March 31, 2023. 

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