Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) — Sea-Doo GTX, RXT and Wake PRO equipped with 230 and 300 engines MY2019
What are the defects?
The intake grate may detach from the vehicle whilst in use.
What are the hazards?
Riding at speeds over 88km/h without an intake grate may cause unpredictable vehicle behaviour. This may lead to occupant ejection, increasing the risk of serious injuries or death.
What should consumers do?
Consumers should avoid operating the vehicle at speeds in excess of 88km/h. All vehicles already inspected or repaired for previous intake grate recall need to be repaired again.
Consumer should contact an authorised Sea-Doo dealership to determine if their vehicle is affected and arrange a time to have their watercraft repaired, once parts are available (from mid April 2020).
To find a local Sea-Doo dealer, visit https://au.sea-doo.com/dealer-locator.html
Authorised BRP Sea-Doo dealers
- 1 August 2018 - 29 February 2020
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.