Harley Davidson has recently recalled 43,908 motorcycles due to a brake issue posing the threat of injury.
About the Harley Davidson Recall
Harley Davidson has recently recalled about 44,000 of their vehicles due to an issue with their braking system. Due to the government shutdown, the recall was not posted on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website.
According reports, Harley reports that it has notified customers and dealers of the issue. The Street 750 and Street 500 models made in the U.S. from May 19, 2015, to December 6, 2018 have been recalled, and streetbikes in India manufactured near that time period have also been recalled.
The brakes of the vehicles could drag due to corrosion, increasing the risk of a crash. Harley has reported 6 incidents involving the issue, and the fix Harley is offering is to bring the vehicles to a dealership for replacement parts.
Description of Recalled Harley Davidson Motorcycles
- Harley introduced their new line of street bikes in 2013
- Torque: 59 Nm @ 3750 rpm
- 2 Cylinders
- Dual Channel
- Multicolor Exterrior
- The braking system of the vehicle is at risk of corrosion. The remedy Harley provides is to take them into a store for replacement parts.
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