BRP Recalls Can Am Spyder RT for Brake Issue


VALCOURT, Que. – Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) has agreed to recall certain 2020 Can Am Spyder RTs to rectify an issue which might cause the three-wheelers to lose braking ability.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) recall report (20V-186), it was discovered that the support holding the brake pedal could break which would mean depressing it could result in no action taking place.

The recall covers 1,407 Spyder RTs manufactured between Sept. 18, 2019 and Feb. 18, 2020 at the BRP facility in Valcourt, Que.

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Dealer notification was scheduled to begin April 1st with customer notification set for April 7th, but might be impacted by the public-health crisis.

To remedy the problem, dealers will install (for free) a bracket to support the weak piece.

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