Honda Recalls 800K Odyssey Minivans, Issues Stop-Sale

 Monday, November 27, 2017


Honda has issued a recall for just under 807,000 Honda Odysseys from the 2011 to 2017 model years, as well as a stop-sale on Odysseys from those model years. The reason is that the second-row outboard seats, which can be positioned closer together or farther apart, might not properly latch when being installed in one of the positions. According to Honda and the NHTSA, this could lead to the seat tilting forward under braking, putting the occupant at risk of an injury. According to official NHTSA documentation, there have been 46 minor injuries related to this seat problem.