Honda recalls its famous Pilot and Passport models due to a severe manufacturing error. Due to the factory issue, these vehicles may not have been properly constructed, leading to concern about a catastrophic failure during a collision.
Consumer Affairs reported on the issue; according to the recall, the vehicles have structural severe integrity issues. The company said that the front frame left and right side upper members could not have been adequately welded to the car’s unibody. As a result, in case of a crash, there is a chance that this would not provide adequate protection case of a collision. This could lead to an increased event of severe injury or death.
This affects 2019 and 2020 Pilot models and the 2019 Passport line. Honda announced that it would start to notify owners of these vehicles after December 1, 2019. If you were involved in an accident due to this error, your priority is to contact an expert.
⚠️ Recall Alert— NHTSArecalls (@NHTSArecalls) November 12, 2019
2019-2020 Honda Pilot and Passport vehicles
Recalled for incomplete body weldinghttps://t.co/IzvdOyIjaJ
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