Honda Gold Wing and CBR1000RR Motorcycles Recalled in India Due to Defective Fuel Pump

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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has initiated a voluntary recall for the GL1800 Gold Wing and CBR1000RR motorcycles to replace the fuel pumps. This recall is prompted by concerns regarding improperly molded fuel pump impellers, which may deform and lead to fuel pump failure, as stated by Honda. The company further notes that the engine may either fail to start or stall unexpectedly during riding due to the inoperative fuel pump. The affected units of the Honda Gold Wing were manufactured between December 2017 and December 2023, while the CBR1000RR was produced between September 2017 and April 2020. Honda has not disclosed the exact number of affected units for either motorcycle. Additionally, Honda has committed to replacing the faulty component free of charge on the affected models.

The Honda Gold Wing boasts a powerful 1,833 cc inline six-cylinder engine, delivering 125 bhp and 170 Nm of peak torque, coupled with a DCT automatic transmission. This model tourer is equipped with advanced features such as an airbag, electric windscreen, cruise control, multiple riding modes, and a digital instrument console with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

In contrast, the Honda CBR1000RR features a 999 cc inline four-cylinder motor tuned for 215 bhp and 113 Nm of peak torque. With a top speed of 300 kmph, it offers a Showa suspension setup, dual-channel ABS, multiple riding modes, among other features.

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