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No Jazz recall in India, says Honda

Honda Siel Cars India said on Friday that India will not be a part of the global vehicle recall, announced by its parent Honda, following reports of defects in some of its models.

autos Updated: Jan 29, 2010 23:09 IST

Honda Siel Cars India said on Friday that India will not be a part of the global vehicle recall, announced by its parent Honda, following reports of defects in some of its models.

"There won't be any impact on the recall in India because the Jazz that is being sold in India is a second generation vehicle, which is not a part of the global recall," a Honda Siel official said.

The official said the Jazz that is being recalled globally is the previous generation model.

The company had launched the premium hatchback Jazz in India in June last year and has sold about 6,000 units so far.

Honda Siel Cars India Ltd, (HSCI) is a joint venture between Honda Motor Co Ltd, Japan and Siel Limited, a Siddharth Shriram Group company.

Honda has announced the recall of its Jazz model after reports of defective power window switches.

A international media report said the company is recalling 6.46 lakh cars across different markets in the world.