Faulty battery sensors: Honda to recall 2.1 million vehicles


New York, July 15 (TNS): Japanese giant, Honda Motor Company, announced to recall nearly 2.1 million automobiles units from across the globe to replace faulty battery sensors which could be caused fire.

Spokesperson of Honda Motor Chris Martin, in a statement, said the company will recall 1.15 million Honda Accord vehicles (2013-2016 models) from US alone while about 1 million from rest of the world, to replace faulty battery sensor.

Chris Martin said the company received four complaints of fire from United States and one from Canada however no injuries were reported in all cases.

The automobiles company has received 3,972 warranty claims relating to the battery sensor issue in United States alone.





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