According to a news report posted on MSN.com, Polaris is recalling six different Polaris ATV models due to a potentially dangerous safety hazard. The Polaris ATV recall affects more than 18,000 ATVs sold in the U.S. and an additional 500 sold in Canada. According to the November 19, 2020 recall notice published by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), several Polaris ATVs are being recalled because the ATV clutch can fail causing a serious injury hazard. Although no personal injuries involving the defect have been report, Polaris has received over 135 clutch failure reports. In eight sperate incidences, the clutch parts and pieces were ejected from the ATC, causing in damage to the ATVs.
Polaris is recalled its 2020-2021 RZR PRO XP4 and PRO XP models, and Polaris’ 2021 RZR XP 4 Turbo ROV, Turbo S4, XP Turbo, and Turbo S models. The ATVs affected by the recall were sold at Polaris dealerships between March 2019 and October 2020. The units sold for between $18,600 and $32,300.
Customer who purchased a recalled ATV will receive a notification by Polaris. Polaris stated that purchasers who own a recalled ATV should stop using the vehicles immediately, and contact a local Polaris dealer to setup a free inspection and clutch repair.
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