US investigates over a million Honda Accords with possible steering problem

Honda Accords haven't been recalled yet, the agency is still investigating the steering problem

NEW YORK (KLKN)- Federal safety regulators are currently investigating reports that over 1 million Honda Accords have a steering problem that can cause a vehicle to veer out of its lane.

Last week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) disclosed the investigation and said that it involves Accords made from the years 2013-2015.

According to NHTSA, there have been 107 incidents involving the steering reported to the agency or Honda–including two incidents involving crashes and injuries, no deaths have been reported yet.

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At this point no recall has been put into place, it’s just an investigation into the problem.

The Honda Accord is still one of America’s best-selling cars. NHTSA estimates there are around 1.1 million Accords on US roads.

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