Honda Grazia, Activa 125, Aviator recalled

    Honda has issued a recall for 56,194 units of the Honda Grazia, Activa 125 and the Aviator manufactured from February 7-16, 2018.

    Published On Apr 02, 2018 02:28:00 PM


    Honda Grazia, Activa 125, Aviator recalled

    Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has issued a recall for three scooters in its range. The affected scooters are the Honda Grazia, Activa 125 and the Aviator. According to the Japanese manufacturer, they have identified a defect in the quality of the bolt flange which is mounted on the front telescopic forks. The above defect has affected 56,194 units of the scooters.

    To address the defect, Honda will inspect models manufactured from February 7-16, 2018, and has announced that it will be notifying affected customers through call / e-mail / SMS for inspection of their vehicle. Customers can also check whether their vehicle is affected by using the unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the special section on Honda India’s official website.

    If your scooter comes under the recall-affected list, Honda will replace the faulty part, if required, free of cost. Dealerships have already started fixing the recalled vehicles and Honda has urged customers to book an appointment before heading to the service centre to avoid any inconvenience.

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    2017 Honda Grazia vs Suzuki Access 125 comparison

    2017 Honda Grazia 125 review, test ride

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