Honda has announced the recall of a model of its all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), citing the risk of crashing.
The recall was announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), which stated the ATVs’ “throttle cable can get stuck, posing crash and injury hazards.”
The recall affects about 2,900 Honda TRX90X ATVs with the model year 2022. The vehicles were sold between November 2021 and September 2022. The ATVs were available at Honda Powersports dealers nationwide.
Honda has received one report of the throttle cable sticking, resulting in a crash and injuries to the driver.
Consumers in possession of the recalled ATVs are instructed to stop driving the vehicles immediately.
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