Honda will recall the Honda Ridgeline after it was reported that the front seat of the Honda Ridgeline could separate from the vehicle floor in the event of the crash adding a further risk of injury.

It was reported that the power front passenger and driver seat have been assembled with improperly manufactured rivers that do not secure the seats to the slide rails.

A total of 300 models from 2018 will be recalled. Affected models will be inspected by the dealers and if need, get its seat slide rail frame replace for free. Those affected will be notified by Acura starting from the 18th of May. Owners looking to find out more about the recall may also call Honda or NHTSA to find out more about what the recall will be about along with which vehicle will be affected.

Affected models are those built at the Honda Manufacturing of Alabama in Lincoln.

Staff Reporter

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