Honda To Recall 412,000 Vehicles In U.s. For Brakes

DETROIT (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co will recall about 412,000 vehicles in the United States to address the risk that brake pedals may feel soft and slip closer to the floor over time, the company said on Tuesday.

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