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Reflecting Incidents at United States, Honda Indonesia Requires Airbags

SRS Airbag directly at Honda Indonesia official car dealership

Technograph – Honda Prospect Motor (HPM), asks each of its customers to make improvements related to judi domino online SRS Airbag directly at Honda’s official car dealership. It was based on an accident incident in the United States involving the Honda Indonesia, Honda Accord, in March 2017. In his statement to us, the accident occurred when the driver’s inflatable airbag inflator expands, causing serious injury to the driver.

Based on the inspection, the SRS component of the airbag is related, it is known that the SRS airbags attached to the vehicle during the accident are not the original airbag inflator. Nor is it a replacement component of a component replacement program performed by an authorized dealer.

Meanwhile, from the history of the vehicle, was found to have crashed in April 2015 with severe damage conditions, then sold to the current owner with conditions already fixed.

SRS airbags that expands on the vehicle come from Honda Accord in 2001, and obtained from other sources, have not been confirmed. Then, mounted on the vehicle after getting into an accident in April 2015.

Therefore, Honda Indonesia, stressed that it will not be responsible for any form of accident if there is any use or installation of SRS airbag components not according to the Honda’s recommendation.

Previously, Honda Indonesia decided to attract hundreds of thousands of vehicles that have been circulating in Indonesia. The withdrawal decision was taken after there was a problem in the air bag inflator component that exaggerated in some models of Honda output.

It is suspected as a precautionary measure against the possibility, where the airbags overpower in the event of a clash. The problem is the result of excessive gas pressure, thus potentially endangering the passengers on the front. Honda Indonesia certainly has many great expectations about the safety of its car users.

Brio and Mobilio Increase Honda’s Sales in May 2017

Interior Design of New Honda Brio

Technograph Honda Prospect Motor (HPM), claimed to have a fresh breeze in May 2017. In his note, overall sales of four-wheeled vehicles Honda from various segments rose by 13.4 percent. Marketing and After Sales Service Director HPM Jonfis Fandy, said that the positive trend is again seen in May 2017. Meanwhile, the achievement of increasing percentage sbobet judi online is obtained from sales of all models, such as Honda Brio, Honda Mobilio, Honda HR-V and Honda BR-V.

“Also other products, including new products that we launcing recently,” said Jonfis.

Honda’s low cost green car (LCGC) vehicle, the Brio Satya, was recorded as the model that gave the highest contribution in the last month compared to other models. A total of 4,531 units were successfully sold, and were the highest numbers of previous months in 2017.

For low class multi purpose vehicle (LMPV), through New Honda Mobilio also recorded an increase, which sold 3,959 units. Meanwhile, from the low sport utility vehicle segment (LSUV), also experienced similar things through the Honda HR-V 1.5L and Honda BR-V. Honda HR-V 1.5L successfully booked sales of 2,749 units and Honda BR-V stopped in 2.149 units in May 2017.

All New Honda Jazz in the hatchback segment, has increased sales of 1,243 units in May 2017. For City Car, New Honda Brio RS achieved sales of 1,205 units and Honda HR-V 1.8L posted sales of 486 units in the same month.

Two new Honda products that have just been launched, namely Honda City and New Honda Odyssey also experienced increased sales. New Honda City increased by 2017 by 191 units. While the New Honda Odyssey posted sales of 97 units.

Then, the All New Honda Civic Sedan segment increased sales by reaching 82 units. For New Honda Accord recorded sales of 31 units in May 2017 Overall in May 2017, Honda recorded sales of 16,723 units. With an aduq.co increase in sales in the past month, Honda has booked sales of 84,419 units throughout 2017 at Indonesia.