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Honda calls its Odyssey review by problems in their seats

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Honda Motor Co hopes that the year 2017 is much better that the 2016 and for this closed the year with a call to review. The Japanese firm next to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) want to investigate a possible failure in the seats of his great Odysseyminivan. According to the NHTSA them anchors that hold them seats of the second row of the Honda Odyssey could fail and these not would be well secured to the chassis of the vehicle.

The affected model is the current generation of the Honda Odyssey (vehicles built between 2011 and 2016) and according to the information provided by the company and NHTSA second row seats (which to be gunned down provide access to the third row of seats) when they are displaced to allow the entry of more passengers can to not engage well their anchors when put in its original position.

Honda Odyssey asientos

Apparently the models affected by this problem, and consequent call to review, could haunt the 600,000 and would only be sold in the United States. That them seats not are well secured in the floor of the car could cause wounds or injury serious to their occupants in case of shock since them seats could move is and in his movement crush to the occupying.

Honda Odyssey asientos

By the time Honda is not aware that there have been accidents or injured because of this problem. As of custom the signature is put in contact with them owners of an Odyssey to pass it more fast possible by a service official and can review is them anchors of the second row of seats without cost some. In addition, as a recommendation to increase security, the firm has told customers to Verify the proper fixing of the seats , and that to the extent possible they do not coerce them or use until they pass through the workshop.

Source – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

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