July 19, 2022
- Polaris recalls some 2020-2022 RZR XP 1000, RZR XP Turbo, and RZR Turbo S Velocity and 2020-2022 General 1000 and General XP 1000 Models
- Affects roughly 39,000 vehicles globally.
- These vehicles have steering wheels that are separating resulting in loss of control, crash hazards, and potential serious injury.
- So far, there have been 48 reports of broken steering wheels, 9 rollovers, and 5 injuries.
“Loss of steering is up there with the loss of brakes in terms of primary driving fears,” states journalist Lewin Day of The Drive. A valid fear considering that steering control is critical to vehicle control.
July 26, 2022
- Polaris issues stop ride/stop sale for some model 2022 Patriot boost RMK KHAOS and Patriot Boost PRO RMK Snowmobiles
- Affects roughly 3,800 units globally.
- These vehicles pose a risk of primary drive clutch bolt failure causing the clutch to be separated from the unit.
- So far, there have been 24 reports of failure.
If you think that your vehicle was impacted, you can call Polaris directly or visit their website. If your vehicle is included in the recall, it is imperative that you stop use immediately to avoid injury to yourself or others. At Keller & Keller, we are representing victims of Polaris malfunction on a national level. Though we fiercely advocate for our clients, we also hope to educate consumers against this irresponsible company before it is too late. To request a free consultation with our team, contact us today.