Japanese auto major Honda will recall 8,532 units of its sedan 'City' in India due to defective power window switch, as part of a global recall initiative that it announced on Friday.
The company's Indian subsidiary, Honda Siel Cars India, today said it would "call back 8,532 units of second generation City, manufactured in 2007, for a preventive part replacement of power window switch."
The replacement would be carried out free of cost and the company would communicate directly with the owners of the cars, which are covered under this part replacement, it added.
The company, however, said the third generation City, which is currently being sold in India, is not affected.
Honda, on Friday, announced a global recall of 6.46 lakh units of City and Jazz models after reports of defective power window switches.
HSCI, the joint venture between Honda Motor Co Ltd and Siel Ltd, further said that the global recall does not impact premium hatchback Jazz sold in India.