The Federal Consumer Protection Office (Profeco) launched a rapid alert for failures in Can-Am vehicles manufactured by BRP in Canada.
According to the agency, there are 416 Spyder RT and Spyder F3 units from 2015 to 2019, which have damage, so they called for their review.
Profeco explained that it has been identified that the front sprocket could be defective and cause premature wear.
“Over time the vehicle could lose propulsion and thereby increase the risk of accidents,” he stressed.
Profeco said that BRP will carry out a provisional repair procedure at no cost, since the parts to be fixed are not yet available.
Owners of these types of ATVs will be called for inspection.
Consumers can go to www.mx.brp.com for more details, or call 01-442-256-4000. It is also possible to send an email to [email protected]
Spyder RT and Spyder F3 Models – Built 2015 to 2019
There are 416 units
The front sprocket could be faulty and premature wear could occur