Honda to recall 31,000 faulty Accords in China


SHANGHAI, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co , Japan's second-largest car maker, said on Monday it would recall about 31,000 of its popular Accord models in China due to a faulty exhaust pipe that could emit harmful unburnt fuel vapour. Subject to the recall are the new two-litre and 2.4-litre Accord sedans built at Honda's Guangzhou plant in southern China between January 15 and June 17. Honda had announced the recall of 29,494 Accord saloon cars and wagons in Japan last week citing a ...

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