Polaris recalls RZRs over brake line issue

Polaris is recalling certain 2023 and 2024 model year RZR vehicles due to a possible brake line issue. The front brake lines on some of these vehicles may have been improperly routed above the wheel scraper, which could cause the brake line to contact the front wheels and damage the line. This could reduce braking performance and pose a crash hazard.

Why it matters

The brake line issue on these RZRs could pose a serious safety hazard. If the brake line is damaged, it could reduce braking performance and make it more difficult to stop the vehicle. This could lead to a crash and serious injury.

Key points

  • The recall affects certain 2023 and 2024 model year RZR PRO XP, PRO XP 4, XP, and XP 4 vehicles.
  • Consumers should immediately stop using their affected vehicles and contact a Polaris dealer to schedule a free inspection and repair.
  • Polaris has received three reports of the brake line being incorrectly installed and experiencing loss of brakes. Polaris is not aware of any reports of personal injury associated with this concern.

Bottom line

If you own a 2023 or 2024 model year RZR, check to see if your vehicle is affected by the recall. If it is, stop using the vehicle immediately and contact a Polaris dealer to schedule a free inspection and repair.

Additional information

  • To search off-road recalls by model or vehicle identification number (VIN) to see if your unit is affected by any recalls, visit the Off-Road Safety Recalls page or call Polaris at 800-765-2747.
  • Polaris issued a Stop Ride / Stop Sale notice on August 25, 2023, following their notification to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). On October 19, 2023 Polaris announced the voluntary recall in conjunction with the CPSC (CPSC Recall No. 27-704).


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