Honda H’ness CB350 Recalled In India
Customers will be notified by the BigWing dealers via call, email and SMS.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has today announced H’ness CB350’s voluntary recall. Units manufactured between 25th November and 12th December 2020 are affected in this recall. However, the Japanese bike maker hasn’t revealed the number of units affected.
Honda has identified a different material grade usage in counter shaft 4th gear of the transmission. This may lead to a defect upon extensive running of the motorcycle. The bike maker claims there are no cases of any failure reported until date.
The recall campaign starts from 23rd March 2021. They will replace the affected part (countershaft 4th gear of transmission) free of cost.
Big Wing dealers will notify their customers via call, e-mail and SMS for inspection of their motorcycle starting from today. Customers can also check if their bike falls under this campaign on the Honda BigWing website (www.hondlabigwing.in) by entering the bike’s VIN number.