Honda Recalls Vans Due To Seat Issues
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Honda has recalled around 634,000 Odyssey minivans six years after their first
initial report of a problem with the van seating. The company reported
that the second row of the van has issues of not locking into place after
sliding forward into the normal position. The seat is designed to slide
forward to allow passengers access to the third-row seating. Honda reported
that they had 689 warranty claims for repairs but was not aware of injuries
or crashes due to the problem. There have been complaints issued to N.H.T.S.A.
that injuries were sustained due to this problem. Honda reported that
they initially could not figure the issue out, so they monitored the field
for any related incident.
Product liability laws have been established to protect consumers which
can help hold companies responsible for any injuries that their products
cause. If companies are aware of faulty or defective products, they should
immediately investigate the issue and alert consumers of any problems.
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