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Suzuki Recalls KingQuad ATVs Due to Crash Hazard (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled Suzuki LT-A750X ATV
  • Recalled Suzuki LT-A750XP ATV
Name of Product:
KingQuad 750 all-terrain vehicles (ATVs)
Hazard:

The ATV’s battery can fail and cause the engine to stop running while in use, posing a crash hazard.

Remedy:
Repair
Recall Date:
December 28, 2016
Units:
About 3,400
Consumer Contact

Suzuki at 800-444-5077 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at www.suzukicycles.com and click on Safety Recalls for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

This recall involves model year 2016 and 2017 LT-A750X and LT-A750XP KingQuad ATVs. “Suzuki KingQuad” and “4x4 750AXi” are on decals on the sides.  The model number is printed on a hang tag on the ATV and on the owner’s manual. The XP model has power steering. They were sold in green, red, camouflage and black colors.

 

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ATVs and contact a local Suzuki ATV dealer to schedule an appointment for a free repair.  Consumers with recalled ATVs are being sent a notice directly from Suzuki.

Incidents/Injuries:

Suzuki has received six reports of battery discharge or failure to restart.  No injuries have been reported.

Sold At

Suzuki ATV dealers nationwide from September 2015 through November 2016 for between $8,600 and $9,600.

Manufacturer(s):

Suzuki Manufacturing of America Corporation, of Rome, Ga.

Manufactured In:
U.S.
Distributor(s):

Suzuki Motor of America, Inc., of Brea, Calif.

Recall number:
17-721
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