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BRP Mexico and CPSC Recall Around 25,000 ATVs Due To Fire Hazard

Recall BRP off road vehicle BRP Mexico and CPSC Recall Around 25,000 ATVs Due To Fire HazardAfter receiving 18 reports of fires related to accumulated debris in the exhaust pipe area of the vehicle, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and BRP Mexico are recalling around 25,000 Can-Am® Commander Side-by-Side Off-Road Vehicles.

The recall will affect the 2011, 2013 and early 2013 models of the gas-powered Can-Am Commander side-by-side vehicles. The model name will be printed on the vehicle’s side panel. The recalled models are as follows:

Model Year 2011

Model Year 2012

Model Year 2013

(without Front Grill Kit)

Can-Am Commander 800R and 1000Can-Am Commander XT 800R and 1000

 

Can-Am Commander X 1000

Can-Am Commander 800R and 1000Can-Am Commander XT 800R and 1000

 

Can-Am Commander X 1000

 

Can-Am Commander Limited 1000

Can-Am Commander 800R and 1000Can-Am Commander XT 800R and 1000

 

Can-Am Commander X 1000

 

Can-Am Commander Limited 1000

 

Can-Am Commander DPS 800R and 1000

Manufactured in Mexico, these recalled models were sold nationwide by Can-Am dealers from April 2010 through November 2012 for between $11,700 and $21,000.

If you have identified your ATV(s) as one of the recalled mentioned above, CPSC and BRP urge you to immediately stop using the recalled vehicles, check your exhaust pipe for accumulated debris and contact a BRP dealer to schedule a free update kit repair.

To view the Cleaning Procedure of Exhaust Area guide, ask your local BRP dealer or download it online at www.can-am.brp.com. BRP has begun notifying registered consumers directly about this recall and the vehicle’s updated cleaning guide.

Source: CPSC