Polaris RZR (Razor) Off-Road Vehicle Recall Lawsuit

Polaris RZR off-road vehicles have been recalled due to fire hazards. The lawyers at Johnson//Becker, PLLC are currently accepting new Polaris vehicle lawsuits. Learn more below.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posted a recall notice of Polaris’ RZR recreational off-road vehicles due to fire hazards. The recall was posted on Mar. 30, 2023.

On Aug. 10, 2023, another recall was posted on Polaris’ RZR XP Turbo and RZR Turbo S Recreational off-road vehicles from the model year 2021 series. This recall was posted due to fracturing that poses risk of injuries.

On Oct. 19, 2023, the Polaris off-road vehicle recall was expanded again to include additional model year 2023 models and 2024 models. The expanded recall cited the risks of losing control of brakes due to improper installation. Losing control of the brakes can lead to a crash.

Polaris’ off-road vehicles are designed to go off smooth paved or gravel roads. Off-road vehicles are commonly used to drive on trails and forest roads that have rough or low-traction surfaces.

According to the CPSC, model years 2022-2023 of Polaris recreational off-road vehicles’ alternator (electric generator) could fail, posing a fire hazard. The CPSC also reported that model year 2021 vehicles’ clutch could break and cause fragments to be ejected from the vehicle. These fragments pose a risk of fire and injury.

Polaris received four reports of alternator failure, including two fire incidents for the 2022-2023 vehicles, and 206 reports of clutch failures from the 2021 vehicles.

Additionally, Polaris received three reports of the brake line being incorrectly installed and loss of brake control from specific 2023 and 2024 models.

Which Polaris Razor models were recalled?

The following models of the Polaris RZR Pro R Premium model are recalled.Polaris Gray Razor Off-Road Vehicle

Model Year 2022:

  • RZR Pro R Premium
  • RZR Pro R Sport
  • RZR Pro R Ultimate
  • RZR Pro R 4 Premium
  • RZR Pro R 4 Sport
  • RZR Pro R 4 Ultimate

Model 2023:

    • RZR Pro R Ultimate
    • RZR Pro R 4 Premium
    • RZR Pro R 4 Ultimate
    • RZR Pro XP
    • RZR Pro XP 4

Model Year 2024:

  • RZR XP
  • XP 4

The recalled vehicles were sold in black, blue, crystal and gray, in both two and four-seat configurations.

For model year 2021 vehicles, the recall involves all model year 2021 RZR XP Turbo and RZR Turbo S vehicles, sold in colors black, blue, gray, lime, orange and sand. These vehicles were also sold in two and four-seat configurations:

Model 2020:

  • RZR PRO XP 4

Model 2021:

  • RZR PRO XP 4
  • RZR Turbo S
  • RZR Turbo S 4
  • RZR XP Turbo
  • RZR XP 4 Turbo

The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using recalled Polaris off-road vehicles.

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