Honda is commited to product quality, reliability and safety. When identified, Honda proactively issues product updates and product recalls. Every attempt is made to make contact with the current owner of an affected Honda vehicle.
If you would like to check if your vehicle is affected by a current product recall you can enter your registration details on this page, we will verify against Honda New Zealand's current recall records and advise if your vehicle has an outstanding product update or recall.
Enter a Registration or VIN to find any current product updates or recalls affecting your vehicle. If a recall is required, please contact your local Honda Service Centre, or call our HondaCare Centre on 0800 246 632.
Fuel Pump Recall
Honda New Zealand will voluntarily recall a total of 1,922, 2018-20 year Civic, CR-V, and HR-V vehicles to replace their fuel pumps free of charge.
Owners of the affected vehicles, identified through NZ registration data, will be contacted directly by Honda New Zealand.
The fuel pumps installed in these vehicles may contain defective impellers, which could, over time, result in a loss of engine power or vehicle stalling. Honda has received no reports of crashes or injuries related to this condition.
We encourage each owner of an affected vehicle to take it to an authorised Honda dealer as soon as they receive notification of parts availability.
Affected models (specific vehicles only):
Civic Hatch & Type R: 78
You can enter your vehicle registration in the Recall Check area on this page to see if your vehicle is affected by this recall.
Airbag Inflator Recalls
Honda New Zealand has announced a recall of inflators, affecting New Zealand new Honda Civic, Jazz, Accord Euro, CR-V, Insight, and City for a possible fault with the driver and/or front seat passenger airbags.
The recall is due to the potential abnormal deployment of the airbags and expands on earlier recalls already carried out on Takata supplied airbags. The recall is a small part of a worldwide recall of Hondas fitted with airbags from outside supplier Takata.
Bryan Davis, Honda National Service Manager, advises, “The driver and front seat passenger airbag inflators of all affected vehicles will be replaced with a new part as a precautionary measure. Honda New Zealand has not received any reports of incidents in New Zealand where airbags in vehicles affected by the recall might have deployed abnormally.”
Owners of the affected vehicles, who have been identified through registration data, will be contacted by Honda New Zealand.
Honda New Zealand is investigating second hand, Japanese used imported Honda vehicles that might also be affected by this recall. Owners of affected vehicles, who can be identified through registration data, will be contacted by Honda New Zealand.
Note: Honda strongly encourages vehicle owners to confirm that any replacement airbag module used to repair their vehicle is purchased directly from an authorised Honda Agent. Under no circumstances should second hand (used) parts be used when replacing (SRS) airbag assemblies.