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Motorcycle Recalls - YouMotorcycle
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Motorcycle Recalls

Canadian motorcyclists have seen a slew of recalls announced this past week. Well, that is, those that are looking for recall notices. If you bought your motorcycle anything but used, the manufacturer likely won’t be able to call you to tell you to bring your bike in for recall service. If that’s the case, you should probably read this to see if your Ducati, Piaggio, Suzuki, or Vespa are among the vehicles that Transport Canada issued recalls for in the past month.

If you’re from anywhere else in the world you should probably read this anyway, because if these bikes are failing here, they’re probably failing there too!


Ducati


Fuel line related failure.

2012 DUCATI HYPERMOTARD 1100 EVO 
2011 DUCATI HYPERMOTARD 1100 EVO SP
2012 DUCATI HYPERMOTARD 1100 EVO SP CORSE 
2012 DUCATI HYPERMOTARD 796 
2012 DUCATI MONSTER 1100 EVO 
2012 DUCATI MONSTER 696 
2012 DUCATI MONSTER 796 

Piaggio

Ignition control unit failure.

2011 2012 PIAGGIO FLY 50 4V 

Suzuki


Brake light actuating switch failure.

2012 SUZUKI V-STROM 650 (DL650A)
2012 SUZUKI V-STROM 650 (DL650AEXP)
2012 SUZUKI V-STROM 650 (DL650ASE)

Vespa

Ignition control unit failure.

2010 2011 2012 VESPA LX 50 4V
2009 2010 2011 2012 VESPA S 50 4V

Remember, motorcycle and scooter recalls happen. When you see one, the repair will come at the cost of the manufacturer. Provided you take the vehicle in for service at an approved dealership you should never be charged for recall or warranty work. Contactyour local dealership and manufacturer if you aren’t sure what to do and ride safe everyone!