Japanese automakers Nissan and Honda will recall nearly 4,000 pick-up trucks and cars in Vietnam to fix technical faults.
Nissan will recall 3,073 pick-up trucks imported from Thailand, which were manufactured between Sept. 20, 2010 and Dec. 1, 2014 due to airbag faults, announced the Vietnam Register on Thursday.
According to the maker, air blowers of front passenger airbags in Nissan Navara LE and Navara XE can be exposed to moisture, which prevents their normal operation.
Nissan Vietnam will check and replace the air pump for LE and XE versions of Navara pickup trucks from this month to next December.
A total of 625 Honda cars, including Accord CR3 produced in 2012, Accord CR2 manufactured from 2013 to 2016 and Odyssey made in the 2015-2017 period will be recalled.
According to Honda Vietnam, the contact surface of the rear-view mirror control switch on those cars may get oxidized, which will result in the mirror getting automatically folded when the vehicle is running, parking, or not working when the switch is on.
(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)
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