Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) have declared the recall of 90,210 units of the diesel vehicles sold in India. The affected vehicles include 64,428 units of the diesel variant of the City which was manufactured from December 2013 to July 2015 and 25,782 units of the diesel variant of the Mobilio which have been manufactured from January 2014 to July 2015. It was observed that in some of the diesel vehicles, the fuel return pipe may come out, resulting in fuel leakage causing the engine to stall. The recall will be carried out by the carmaker on voluntary bases for the replacement of the fuel return pipe of the affected vehicles.
The replacement of the fuel return pipe and it corresponding components will replaced by the manufacturer at no cost to the customer across all the authorised dealerships in India. Honda will start the process of recall from 19th December 2015 in a scheduled manner as they will be contacting the owners independently. Owners who wish to personally check whether their vehicle is covered under the recall campaign, need to submit the 17 alpha-numeric vehicle identification number (VIN) on hondacarindia.com for verification.
HCIL’s current offering to the India market consist of the Honda Brio, Honda Jazz, Honda City, Honda Amaze, Honda Mobilio and Honda CR-V.