Honda 2Wheelers has recalled 50,034 units of its three popular scooters and a motorcycle in India. The models include CBS-equipped, disc variants of Activa 125, Grazia and Aviator and CB Shine. The voluntary recall has been prompted to inspect the front brake master cylinder that might obstruct the front wheel rotation. In severe cases, it might completely jam the front wheel. Read – Honda Forza 300 Scooter Might Come To India
The affected lot has been manufactured between February 4 and July 3, 2019. The company will inspect and replace the suspected part (if required) at no additional cost. Individual customers will be informed by their respective dealers for inspection and replacement of the part. Read – Top 4 Expected Changes On Honda Activa 6G
Customers who own one of these three vehicles can themselves check whether their scooter or bike is covered under this recall exercise or not on the company’s website. One has to fill in unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the Campaign section created by the company for this.
In June 2019, the Japanese two-wheeler maker revealed India’s first BS6-ready scooter – Honda Activa 125 FI that’s slated to go on sale by the end of this year. The company is also working on the new-generation Activa that will be named Honda Activa 6G. Besides BS6-compliant engine, the scooter might receive a new instrument console and new lighting system along with updated suspension and braking system.