New Delhi, Jan 30: A day after the Japanese auto giant Honda announced a global recall of 6.46 lakh units of City and Jazz models, Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI) decided to recall over 8,000 units of sedan City in the country.
Honda's decision to recall that cars was based on the reports of defective power window switches.
HSCI on Saturday, Jan 30 announced that it would "call back 8,532 units of second generation City, manufactured in 2007, for a preventive part replacement of power window switch."
All the cars that are being recalled were manufactured in the year 2007.
Since Honda Jazz belongs to later generation models than the one which has been recalled in other markets of the world, the hatchback will not be affected by the recall in India, HSCI said.
The third generation City, which is currently being sold in India, is also not affected, the company added.
The company said that the preventive part replacement would be done free of cost.
The company will be directly communicating with the owners of the cars, which are covered under this part replacement.