The Honda Motor Company in the US has announced that the 2020-2021 motorcycles will get recall.
The manufacturer has recalled these motorcycle units due to a defect in the rear reflector.
- Honda Thailand and Honda recalls 11 different models
- Japan Honda recalls CBR1000RR-R approximately 439 units
- KTM recalls the 2020 1290 Duke R, and its multiple effects units
The lens in the rear reflector may not reflect bright enough. Which may affect the motorcycle’s visibility to other people or drivers and increase the risk of crash or accident.
The affected models include
- Super Cub C125 2020 and 2021,
- CB500F 2021,
- CRF250L 2020,
- CRF300L 2021,
- Grom 2020, CB500X 2020 and
- CB650R 2020, 2021 and
- CBR300R 2020,2021 and
- 2021, CBR500R 2020 and
- 2021, CBR650R 2020 and 2021,
- Rebel 300 2020 and 2021,
- Rebel 500 2020 and 2021, and
- Monkey 2020 and 2021.
According to Honda Motor Company, a total of 28,528 motorcycles are affected and will get a recall.
There will be a notification sent to all the respective motorcycle owners through emails from July 23, 2021.
However, the Honda Motor Company has already begun to send notifications to the distributors or dealers.
After the customer receives the notification mail. The owner must visit a nearby authorised Honda Powersports dealer to get the rear reflector replaced. The whole process for the replacement of the glass is free of cost.
The Japanese manufacturer has announced that it will reimburse the repair costs to those owners who have already repaired their expenditures.