Honda recalls more than 400,000 cars in the US

After Toyota, it’s Honda’s turn to recall its vehicles in the US.  The recall covers about 344,000 Odyssey minivans and 68,000 Element SUVs for the 2007 and 2008 model years.  According to Reuters, the recalling of  about 412,000 cars in the US  is Honda’s way of addressing the risk that brake pedals of these vehicles may feel soft and slip closer to the floor over time.

commentary:  I wonder why they only recall in the US?  Don’t they have these cars  in other countries too?

Since each country gets  the cars in the nearest manufacturing place in the city or continent, these vehicles are differently built.  Therefore, recalling these cars in the  US only may  mean that they have bad manufacturers, or they have weak quality control.

Or maybe because US has the habit of suing that’s why these car companies recall it fastest there.  Or should I say, recall ONLY there.


One response to “Honda recalls more than 400,000 cars in the US

  1. Toyota and others knew they were having issues and attempted to hide it. All Car Companies should have came forward with a full disclosures of what car were dangerous. Instead of waiting for a huge media blitz and tons of public pressure. I never seen so many car companies GM – NISSAN – TOYOTA – HYUNDAI having recalls all at the same time. I had no idea my car was affected until I looked on and found I had a bad Anti Lock control unit on my 2008 Pontiac G8 , my co workers Ford Truck had a recall also. So be careful

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