Civil Plaintiff

Hawaii Officials and Honda Motor Co. Agree to $14M Settlement

Hawaii state officials said proceeds from a $14 million settlement with American Honda Motor Co. and its affiliates (Honda) would benefit consumers, particularly renters with pandemic needs.

Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) said the settlement stems from allegations Honda did not disclose safety issues related to defects in the frontal airbag systems installed in certain Honda and Acura vehicles sold nationwide, including in Hawaii.

Read the source article at Transportation Today

Leave a Review or Comment

Back to top button