Honda Motors has a search tool on its website that allows vehicle owners to search for recall information for its vehicles; visitors to the site can search by vehicle identification number or by year and model number. Additionally, Edmunds publishes an up-to-date recall list for Honda vehicles that includes recall summaries for new and used Hondas.
Edmunds publishes information about the Takata airbag recall. This recall affects approximately 6 million vehicles, including several Honda vehicles.
Some Honda models that have been recalled over the years, according to Edmunds, include the Accord, Civic, Crosstour, CR-V, Element and Fit. Others include the Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline and the S2000.
Hondas have been recalled for a variety of reasons. Certain Honda Accords were recalled due to replace an engine short block, while others had defective fuel tanks that needed to be replaced. Some Civics were recalled due to frontal airbags that could deploy with too much pressure, resulting in injuries.
Certain Honda Insights were recalled because the vehicle's braking system might deploy unexpectedly while others had a fuel leak that posed a fire risk. Around 748,000 Hondas, including the Honda Pilot, were recalled for an airbag problem, while another recall was issued due to a malfunctioning in the braking system.