Recall Alert: Honda is recalling more than 114,000 vehicles because of faulty backup cameras
Honda is recalling more than 114,000 vehicles due to issues with backup cameras, according to a published report.
Yonkers-based Consumer Reports says the recall covers Fit hatchbacks from the 2018 through 2020 model years and HR-V SUVs from the 2019 through 2022 model years.
Honda officials says the cameras may not display when you're going in reverse, which could cause a crash. The problem affects only vehicles that have a physical ignition key instead of a push-button start.
There has been 205 warranty claims and no injuries related to this issue.
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