Polaris Recalls over 26,000 ATVs due to Fire Hazard

July 19, 2017, Polaris issued a recall of over 25,00 2014 Polaris Sportsman 570 All-terrain vehicles due to fire hazard. Fuel can leak into the headlight pod and catch on fire. Polaris has issued over 10 recalls of vehicles in the last 4 years to fix various flaws. The number of Polaris vehicles recalled totals well-over 252,000. Polaris vehicle fires have resulted in numerous injuries and the death of a 15-year-old child.

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Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ATVs and contact Polaris for repair. To see if your Polaris vehicle has been recalled, please visit the Polaris recall website.

Date of Recall Year(s) and Model(s) Recalled
(Click to View Recall Notice)
Cause
July 2017 2014 Sportsman 570 Fuel Leak, Fire Hazards
April 2017 2015 Ranger 900 Fire and Burn Hazards
March 2017 2015 & 2016 Sportsman 850 and 1000 Burn and Fire Hazards
March 2017 2016 & 2017 RZR and GENERAL ROVs Burn and Fire Hazards
December 2016 2014-2017 Sportsman 570 Fire Hazard
September 2016 2016 RXR XP Turbo Fire Hazard, Severe Burn Injuries
April 2016 2013-2016 RZR Fire Hazard, Severe Burn Injuries, One Death
September 2016 2014 Ranger 900 and 2015 & 2016 Ranger 570 Fire and Burn Hazard
July 2015 Youth RZR Fire Hazard

We implore sports enthusiasts and off-roaders to use caution and check to see if their vehicles have been recalled. Eisenberg, Gilchrist & Cutt is currently representing a number of clients injured by Polaris vehicle fires and we are accepting cases in all 50 states. If you have been injured by a fire from a Polaris vehicle, please call us for a free consultation and information. We are here to answer your questions.

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