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3 hours ago, awful knawful said:

Yep. Sign me up. Perfect for going to work and running about. 👍

Yup I make lots of 7-10 mile trips for small stuff , would be great 

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Ive been seeing the old Honda mini trucks running around a lot lately here in NE, people finally importing them . 

There is one for sale in town ive been thinking about it for just running around.....We always get screwed on the cool JDM stuff. 

 

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I'd be first in line, no subsidy needed.

I'd even take the first one off the line without fear.

It's a Honda, not a Harley.

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3 minutes ago, SSFB said:

No matter your needs you gotta admit that’s a hell of a value at that price. 

Oh fuck yah, but looking at the picture, it almost looks like youd have to drive it around with your head sticking out of the roof  :lol: 

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53 minutes ago, DriftBusta said:

Oh fuck yah, but looking at the picture, it almost looks like youd have to drive it around with your head sticking out of the roof  :lol: 

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On 12/9/2022 at 9:43 AM, EvilBird said:

Honda rules 

U.S. confirms another Honda death from faulty air bag

 
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Accords built at the Marysville Auto Plant since 1983 are seen on display during a tour of the Honda automobile plant in Marysville
David Shepardson
Fri, December 9, 2022 at 12:21 PM
 
 

By David Shepardson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. auto safety regulator on Friday said it had confirmed a new crash death from a faulty air bag in a Honda car, as it urged owners to get recall repairs completed.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it had confirmed that the February death of the driver of a 2002 Honda Accord in Bowling Green, Kentucky, was due to a faulty air bag inflator.

More than 30 deaths worldwide - including at least 23 U.S. fatalities - and hundreds of injuries in various automakers' vehicles since 2009 are linked to Takata air bag inflators that can explode, unleashing potentially deadly metal shrapnel inside vehicles.

Four Takata air bag deaths have been confirmed this year, including two Stellantis vehicles and one Ford vehicle.

Honda has now confirmed 17 U.S. deaths and more than 200 injuries in the U.S. related to Takata frontal driver’s airbags due to inflator ruptures.

Over the last decade, more than 67 million Takata air bag inflators have been recalled in the United States and more than 100 million worldwide, in the biggest auto safety callback in history.

Honda said the 2002 Accord in the Kentucky crash had been recalled in 2011 and the Japanese automaker made more than 300 attempts to reach the owner, who had purchased the car in 2008, but the repair was never completed.

Last month, Chrysler parent Stellantis urged owners of 276,000 older U.S. vehicles to immediately stop driving after three crash deaths tied to faulty Takata air bag inflators were reported this year. The NHTSA has confirmed two of the three deaths.

The "Do Not Drive" warning was for owners of previously recalled, unrepaired 2005 to 2010 Dodge Magnum station wagons, Dodge Challenger coupes, and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans.

Also last month, the NHTSA confirmed a new death due to a defective Takata air bag inflator in a 2006 Ford Ranger pickup.

The auto safety agency said the Takata recalls were spurred by propellant that could break down after long-term exposure to high-temperature fluctuations and humidity.

Last year, the NHTSA opened a probe into 30 million vehicles built by nearly two dozen automakers that have potentially defective Takata air bag inflators.

(Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Mark Porter and Leslie Adler)

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1 hour ago, XCR1250 said:

U.S. confirms another Honda death from faulty air bag

 
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Accords built at the Marysville Auto Plant since 1983 are seen on display during a tour of the Honda automobile plant in Marysville
David Shepardson
Fri, December 9, 2022 at 12:21 PM
 
 

By David Shepardson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. auto safety regulator on Friday said it had confirmed a new crash death from a faulty air bag in a Honda car, as it urged owners to get recall repairs completed.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it had confirmed that the February death of the driver of a 2002 Honda Accord in Bowling Green, Kentucky, was due to a faulty air bag inflator.

More than 30 deaths worldwide - including at least 23 U.S. fatalities - and hundreds of injuries in various automakers' vehicles since 2009 are linked to Takata air bag inflators that can explode, unleashing potentially deadly metal shrapnel inside vehicles.

Four Takata air bag deaths have been confirmed this year, including two Stellantis vehicles and one Ford vehicle.

Honda has now confirmed 17 U.S. deaths and more than 200 injuries in the U.S. related to Takata frontal driver’s airbags due to inflator ruptures.

Over the last decade, more than 67 million Takata air bag inflators have been recalled in the United States and more than 100 million worldwide, in the biggest auto safety callback in history.

Honda said the 2002 Accord in the Kentucky crash had been recalled in 2011 and the Japanese automaker made more than 300 attempts to reach the owner, who had purchased the car in 2008, but the repair was never completed.

Last month, Chrysler parent Stellantis urged owners of 276,000 older U.S. vehicles to immediately stop driving after three crash deaths tied to faulty Takata air bag inflators were reported this year. The NHTSA has confirmed two of the three deaths.

The "Do Not Drive" warning was for owners of previously recalled, unrepaired 2005 to 2010 Dodge Magnum station wagons, Dodge Challenger coupes, and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans.

Also last month, the NHTSA confirmed a new death due to a defective Takata air bag inflator in a 2006 Ford Ranger pickup.

The auto safety agency said the Takata recalls were spurred by propellant that could break down after long-term exposure to high-temperature fluctuations and humidity.

Last year, the NHTSA opened a probe into 30 million vehicles built by nearly two dozen automakers that have potentially defective Takata air bag inflators.

(Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Mark Porter and Leslie Adler)

Pffff Airbags .....Good thing mine are deleted , both driver and passenger :whistle: :lol:

 

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I’d buy that thing in a second be mint for real cheap work commute. 
 

On 12/9/2022 at 2:54 PM, EvilBird said:

Ive been seeing the old Honda mini trucks running around a lot lately here in NE, people finally importing them . 

There is one for sale in town ive been thinking about it for just running around.....We always get screwed on the cool JDM stuff. 

 

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Guy next town over has one of those I think it’s a Mitsubishi though. I was next to it at a stop light before things are tiny and I was in my little versa 😂.

 

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4 hours ago, XCR1250 said:

U.S. confirms another Honda death from faulty air bag

 
97289ffdfcb8dbdbbede259741b397b0
 
Accords built at the Marysville Auto Plant since 1983 are seen on display during a tour of the Honda automobile plant in Marysville
David Shepardson
Fri, December 9, 2022 at 12:21 PM
 
 

By David Shepardson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. auto safety regulator on Friday said it had confirmed a new crash death from a faulty air bag in a Honda car, as it urged owners to get recall repairs completed.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it had confirmed that the February death of the driver of a 2002 Honda Accord in Bowling Green, Kentucky, was due to a faulty air bag inflator.

More than 30 deaths worldwide - including at least 23 U.S. fatalities - and hundreds of injuries in various automakers' vehicles since 2009 are linked to Takata air bag inflators that can explode, unleashing potentially deadly metal shrapnel inside vehicles.

Four Takata air bag deaths have been confirmed this year, including two Stellantis vehicles and one Ford vehicle.

Honda has now confirmed 17 U.S. deaths and more than 200 injuries in the U.S. related to Takata frontal driver’s airbags due to inflator ruptures.

Over the last decade, more than 67 million Takata air bag inflators have been recalled in the United States and more than 100 million worldwide, in the biggest auto safety callback in history.

Honda said the 2002 Accord in the Kentucky crash had been recalled in 2011 and the Japanese automaker made more than 300 attempts to reach the owner, who had purchased the car in 2008, but the repair was never completed.

Last month, Chrysler parent Stellantis urged owners of 276,000 older U.S. vehicles to immediately stop driving after three crash deaths tied to faulty Takata air bag inflators were reported this year. The NHTSA has confirmed two of the three deaths.

The "Do Not Drive" warning was for owners of previously recalled, unrepaired 2005 to 2010 Dodge Magnum station wagons, Dodge Challenger coupes, and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans.

Also last month, the NHTSA confirmed a new death due to a defective Takata air bag inflator in a 2006 Ford Ranger pickup.

The auto safety agency said the Takata recalls were spurred by propellant that could break down after long-term exposure to high-temperature fluctuations and humidity.

Last year, the NHTSA opened a probe into 30 million vehicles built by nearly two dozen automakers that have potentially defective Takata air bag inflators.

(Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Mark Porter and Leslie Adler)

Death was deserved after ignoring 8 years of recall notices. 

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32 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

Death was deserved after ignoring 8 years of recall notices. 

dont know about deserved but ya cant blame Honda for that. 

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4 hours ago, EvilBird said:

Pffff Airbags .....Good thing mine are deleted , both driver and passenger :whistle: :lol:

 

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I agree. Who needs air bags?

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1 minute ago, EvilBird said:

Fuck ya RHD :bc:

what is that a WRX? 

Yes it is. 1997 WRX. Bought it in 2015. 

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