Honda recalls CBR300R and CBR300F in the US

To fix faulty crankshaft that would cause the con-rod bearing to fail

Overdrive August 16, 2016 12:36:55 IST
Honda recalls CBR300R and CBR300F in the US

Honda has issued a recall for its CBR300R and CBR300F motorcycles in the US to fix a fault with the crankshaft. About 11,424 motorcycles are reportedly affected, and dealers are in the process of contacting customers to replace the faulty part, free of charge.

The company says that there could be a possible defect due to inaccurate machining of the crankshaft. This could lead to failure of the con-rod bearing, causing the engine to stall and thus causing...

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