Honda Cars India has called back its new generation Amaze subcompact sedan for the inspection and replacement of faulty auto part. This voluntary recall involves only the all new Honda Amaze sub-4 meter sedan units which have been manufactured in the time period of 17th of April to 24th of May, 2018. The Japanese car maker has revealed in an official statement that it needs to carry out a product update of the Electric-Assist Power Steering (EPS) Sensor harness of the new Honda Amaze.
As per Honda the latest recall involves a total of 7,290 units of the 2018 all new Honda Amaze. As per the statement, Honda has said that in some of the units of the new Amaze, the customers might possibly feel that the steering is heavier than usual and the EPS indicator light comes on. As all voluntary company recalls, the entire inspection as well as replacement process of the faulty part will be carried out by the authorized dealerships of Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) across India, absolutely free of any charges. Honda India will be initiating the recall process from 26th of July. The Japanese auto giant will be individually contacting the owners of the affected Amaze units.