Popular Car Company Recalls 800,000 Vehicles After Defect Causes Injuries

November 20, 2017

The second-best-selling minivan in America is getting recalled for a design defect that could send your second-row passengers flying.

Honda announced this weekend that they are recalling about 900,000 Honda Odyssey minivans because the second-row seats can tip forward if not properly latched.

According to Honda, they have received 46 reports of injuries related to this issue.

Honda says that their second-row seats can tip forward during moderate to heavy braking if they are not properly latched after adjusting or re-installing the seats.

If you own one of these vehicles, you can take it to your local Honda dealer, and they will make sure your seats are installed correctly at no cost to you.

The company is working on a solution to the issue and will notify its owners when one is available. Honda has instructions on how to properly install the seats on their website until the situation is resolved.

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