Polaris Issues Stop Sale/Stop Ride for Some RZR XP 1000, RZR Turbo, RZR Turbo S and RZR PRO XP models, Aftermarket Kits “SubZero” and “Click-6” sold on Polaris.com and at Polaris dealers>
Polaris recently received notice from a seat belt supplier, IMMI, that certain 4-point and 6-point seat belt harnesses provided to Polaris may have been manufactured with missing belt stitching. As a consequence, Polaris has determined that some 2015 and 2017-2020 RZR XP1000, RZR Turbo, RZR Turbo S, and RZR Pro XP models may have been built with seat belt harnesses identified as suspect by IMMI. Aftermarket “SubZero” 4-point and “Click-6” 6-point seat belt harness kits sold through Polaris dealers or Polaris.com from 2014-2020 may also be affected.
IMMI has informed the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Polaris and other potentially impacted brands that missing stitching on a harness poses a risk that an occupant may not be properly restrained, potentially increasing the risk of injury in the event of a crash.
In conjunction with IMMI, Polaris is currently evaluating a comprehensive repair for seat belt harnesses that are missing required stitching.
Number of affected vehicles: Approx. 38,000 vehicles
Number of affected aftermarket kits: Approx. 26,000 aftermarket kits sold through Polaris dealers or Polaris.com
There have been no reported injuries connected to Polaris vehicles or aftermarket kits. Consumers should immediately stop using the affected vehicles and call their dealer to schedule an inspection. Polaris has notified dealers and contacted affected registered owners by mail, and email if available.
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