Polaris Ranger ATV Recall Issued Due to Loss of Control Risk
About 327 Polaris Ranger off-highway vehicles have been recalled due to problems with the throttle, which could cause drivers to lose control of the side-by-side ATV and increase the risk of riders suffering serious injuries in a crash.
The 2013 Polaris Ranger 400 recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on January 9, because the throttle can possibly fail to operate properly, jeopardizing the riders control of the vehicle. However, there have been no injuries or accidents reported in connection with the recalled Polaris Ranger ATVs.
The recall consists of 2013 Polaris Ranger 400 recreational off-highway vehicles with model number R13RH45AG, which were sold at Polaris dealers nationwide from July 2012 through September 2012 for about $8,300. The recalled vehicles were sold in green and gray in color with “Ranger 4×4” printed on the rear bed box and a “400 HO” decal on the left and right side of the hood.
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The side-by-side, off-highway vehicles were manufactured in the U.S. and Mexico by Polaris Industries Inc., of Medina Minnesota.
The recalled VIN numbers range between 4XARH45A3D4726305 and 4XARH45A7DE648444 which are printed on the owner’s manual. Not all VIN numbers in this range are included in the recall but consumers may visit the Polaris website for a full list of recalled VIN numbers.
Although no injuries have been reported, the CPSC has advised consumers to stop using the recalled Polaris Ranger vehicles immediately and contact Polaris at (888) 704-5290 to schedule a free repair, or visit them online at www.polarisindustries.com
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