Name of Product:
Model Year 2023 RZR PRO XP and PRO XP 4 and Model Year 2024 RZR XP and XP 4 ROVs
The improperly routed brake line can contact the front wheels during vehicle operation resulting in brake line damage and brake loss, posing a crash hazard.
October 19, 2023
About 2,500 (In addition, about 170 were sold in Canada)
This recall involves certain VINs of Model Year 2023 RZR PRO XP and PRO XP 4 and Model Year 2024 RZR XP and XP 4 vehicles. The recalled vehicles were sold in the following colors: black, graphite, gray, red and white. The recalled vehicles were sold in two and four-seat configurations. POLARIS is stamped on the front grille and POLARIS and RZR are printed on the sides of the vehicles. The model name is also printed on the side of the chassis. The VIN is located on the vehicle’s frame in the left rear wheel well.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled vehicles and contact a Polaris dealer to schedule a free inspection and repair. If the routing is incorrect, an authorized Polaris dealer will repair the unit at no cost. Polaris has notified consumers to stop riding the vehicles and is contacting registered owners directly.
The firm received three reports of the brake line being incorrectly installed and experiencing loss of brakes, including one report that a unit hit a large rock. No injuries have been reported.
Authorized Polaris dealers nationwide from January 2023 through August 2023 for between $21,000 and $37,000.
Polaris Industries Inc., of Medina, Minnesota
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