Fire Hazard Prompts Polaris ATV Recall
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Polaris is recalling almost 10,000 all-terrain vehicles due to a possible
fire hazard. The company has issued the
recall for 2014-2016 Sportsman 570 Touring and X2 model ATVs and 2017 Sportsman
570 6x6 models. These have one or two seats and four or six tires with
“Sportsman” printed on the steering column side, and “Polaris”
is printed near the front grill. The company has been informed of 35 cases
of damaged fuel rails and leaks. Luckily no injuries have been reported.
These ATVs were sold nationwide from Polaris dealers from May 2013 through
December 2016 between $7,700 and $11,000. Polaris recommends that consumers
should immediately stop using the ATVs that are recalled and contact the
company directly for repair.
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