Kawasaki Motors Pty Ltd—Kawasaki Teryx Recreational Utility Vehicles (RUV)
What are the defects?
Under certain conditions the top layer of the drive belt could peel off, leading to the belt breaking, and the vehicle losing drive.
What are the hazards?
If the defect occurs this poses an accident hazard to the driver and bystanders.
What should consumers do?
Customers with affected units will be contacted by mail. Consumers with affected units should contact their local Authorised Kawasaki RUV Dealership to book in their vehicle for replacement of the drive belt. Consumers closest dealerships can be found on the Kawasaki Website.
All Authorised Kawasaki Recreational Utility Vehicle (RUV) Dealerships
- 6 December 2013 - 16 June 2014
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.