NHTSA to investigate 1.73M Honda vehicles over unexpected braking

February 28, 2022

The NHTSA is investigating approximately 1.73 million Honda Motor vehicles over reports of unexpected braking that could increase the risk of a collision. The U.S. transport safety regulator said it received 278 complaints that allege braking incidents “occurring with nothing obstructing the vehicle’s path of travel,” according to Driving. Of these, six allege a collision with minor injuries. The NHTSA is looking at the 2018 and 2019 Honda Accord, and 2017–2019 Honda CR-V. (Source: Driving.ca) Read the original story…

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