Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) calls for a voluntary preventive measure campaign for select Jazz (2012-2013), City (2012-2014) and CR-V (2011) sold in the country due to a suspected defect in the driver’s airbag inflator.
Although the said concern remains unconfirmed, the campaign is HCPI’s proactive action to ensure the safety of the owners of the affected vehicles to avoid any unfortunate circumstance should the problem occur. To date, no accidents nor injuries were reported related to this concern in the Philippines.
HCPI requests all the owners of the affected vehicles to call and contact any authorized Honda Car dealership for service appointment. Replacement and repair of the affected inflator will take only one (1) hour and no cost will be charged to the customer for both parts and labor.
HCPI sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause the owners of the vehicles. For more information, customers may contact authorized Honda Car dealerships and service centers nationwide or call Honda by phone at (02) 857-7240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Customers may visit HCPI’s website www.hondaphil.com for the complete list of frame numbers of affected vehicles.
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