Approximately 1.6 million Honda and Acura vehicles were recalled in the US due to the defective Takata airbags.
On Friday, Honda announced its fifth and final phase of scheduled withdrawals six months before the deadline set by the National Road Safety Directorate.
"Honda announces this recall to encourage every owner of the vehicle to repair it as soon as possible with an authorized trader," the Japanese manufacturer said in a statement released on Friday.
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"Spare parts are available from alternative vendors to promptly start repairs with a free callback. The car owner can rent a car for free on the day of repair, or longer if the spare part is temporarily unavailable," Honda explained.
In March, Honda confirmed 14 deaths and more than 200 wounded in the United States after the screaming of the airplane powered Takata airbags on the driver's seat.