Honda Recalls Motorcycles Over Loss In Propulsion

September 28, 2012 by  
Filed under Vehicle Recalls

Honda has recently issued a recall statement regarding its 2012 models of NC700XDC and NC700XC motorcycles. According to the official recall announcement, these vehicles were manufactured with drive chains that may have been equipped with improperly heat-treated outer drive plates.

If these plates are not properly heat-treated, these components may fracture unexpectedly, which could lead to a loss in propulsion, which would then increase the risk of an accident.

To stay safe and keep others safe, the company along the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has requested consumers who have been affected by this recall to contact the manufacturer as soon as possible.

For more on this recall, click here.


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