Honda Recalls More Than 300K Vehicles Over Seat Belt Issue

Honda's recalling select 2023-24 Accords and HR-Vs due to a missing piece in the front seat belts that could lead to injury.

The seatbelts' pretensioners could be missing a rivet that could prevent passengers from being properly restrained during a crash.

Honda's reported seven warranty claims but no injuries so far.

If you own a newer Honda or HR-V, please take it to a Honda dealership for an inspection and, if needed, a replacement.

  • Honda recall: Over 300,000 Accords, HR-Vs could be affected | AP News

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