Honda Engine Co expects that the year 2017 is far better than 2016, and to do so closes the year with a call to review. The japanese firm along with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) want to investigate a possible fault in the seats of his great monovolúmen Odyssey. According to the NHTSA the anchors that secure the seats of the second row of the Honda Odyssey would fail and they would not be well secured to the chassis of the vehicle.
The model affected is the current generation Honda Odyssey (vehicles manufactured between the years 2011 and 2016) and according to the information provided by the firm and the NHTSA second-row seats (to be dejected give access to the third row of seats) when they are displaced to allow the entry of more passengers can does not fit well with their anchors when put in its original position.
apparently the affected models for this problem, and therefore call for revision, could average as much as 600.000 and would be only units sold in the united States. The seats are not well secured in the floor of the car could cause injury or serious injury to its occupants in the event of a crash as the seats may move in their movement to crush the occupant.
By the time Honda does not have knowledge that have occurred accidents or injured because of this problem. As usual the firm will be in contact with the owners of an Odyssey to pass as quickly as possible by an official service and may be reviewed by the anchors of the second row of seats without any cost. In addition, as a recommendation to increase security, the firm has told its clients that to verify the correct anchoring of the seats and that, as far as possible not forcing, or to use until you pass by the shop.
Source – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)