Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) recalls certain models of the City, Jazz, and Pilot sold in the Philippines from 2012 to 2015 to replace the front airbag inflator. This is part of the Japanese brand’s global precautionary campaign to ensure the safety of its customers.
According to HCPI, 10,461 units are affected, which includes 8,520 units of the City, 1,769 for the Jazz, and 172 Pilots. Thus, the brand urges its customers to bring in their vehicles for airbag inflator replacement as soon as possible to avoid injury or worse, death (knock on wood).
Safety is always Honda’s top priority and we urge the affected customers to have their vehicles checked at any of Honda Car dealerships, as soon as possible.
HCPI assures its customers that the parts replacement will be free of charge and will only take one hour in any of the 37 authorized dealerships and three outlets nationwide.
To find out if your vehicle is one of the affected units, customers may run their car’s vehicle identification number (VIN), which can be found on the Certificate of Registration, through their website or check the table below.
Alternatively, Honda car owners can call the dedicated Honda hotline numbers 1-800-1000-HONDA (46632) or (02) 857-7240 between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
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