Originally issued October 11, 2005, Revised November 2, 2007
CPSC, Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. Announce Recall of All-Terrain Vehicles
Note: Phone Number Change.
The following product safety recall was conducted voluntarily by the firm in cooperation with the CPSC. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.
Name of Product: Bombardier Outlander 800 H.O. XT ATVs
Units: About 275
Manufacturer: Bombardier Recreational Products Inc., of Valcourt, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Hazard: The drive pulley inner flange could break resulting in the broken flange fragments becoming a projectile. This situation could cause serious injuries or death to the rider or bystanders.
Incidents/Injuries: There have been no reported incidents of injury or property damage.
Description: The recalled vehicles are model year 2006 Outlander 800 H.O. XT Bombardier ATVs. The model numbers affected are 2J6A and 2J6E. The model numbers are located in the serial number on the identification sticker under the seat. The ATVs have the words, "Bombardier" and "Rotax 800" on the fenders.
Sold at: Bombardier dealerships nationwide from July 2005 through October 2005 for about $9,399.
Manufactured in: Canada
Remedy: Consumers should stop using these vehicles immediately. Registered owners have been notified about this recall by mail. Consumers with a recalled Outlander 800 H.O. XT should contact their local Bombardier ATV dealer to schedule the free repair. If consumers are unsure if their ATV is affected, they should call Bombardier.
Consumer Contact: Call Bombardier at (888) 638-5397 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or go to the firm's Web site at www.brp.com
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