Multiple news agencies has indicated that 3,400 units of Can-Am Commander side-by-side off-road vehicles are being recalled due to a potential hazard linked to a loss of steering control.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported in an official announcement that the company BRP Mexico S.A. de C.V. received three complaints linked to these vehicles. The official release shows that drivers lost control of the steering in these vehicles in different occasions. No injuries were reported.
These vehicles were assembled improperly, which may have affected the steering column.
Affected vehicles should not be used until the company has repaired the product for free. Consumers with the affected models should contact the manufacturer as soon as possible. Whenever you learn of a recall announcement regarding a product you own, contact the manufacturer at once to have the issue promptly resolved in order to avoid any further issues. Stay safe and keep others safe by acting quickly.
To learn more about this recall and find the serial numbers of the vehicles affected, click here to read the full report issued by the federal agency.
This recall announcement concerns products sold nationwide, the federal agency warns. It does not affect only Californian consumers.