Aprilia RSV4 Pulled from U.S. Market

Written By POLDA METRO JAYA on Monday, January 25, 2010 | Monday, January 25, 2010

Detroit - There are no cracked ivory, the term also applies to leading Aprilia Superbike. Motorcycle manufacturers from Italy was declared to pull back RSV4.

After going through various testing and verification, they considered that one
one component of the engine with a capacity of 998 cc that does not meet the strict standards of quality plants, so the resulting risk of failure is feared in the future.
As reported by Autoevolution, Monday (25/1/2010) is only a small number of production units affected by the withdrawal of these, but all have an impact on all motor RSV4 sent to the U.S. market.
So far too, there has been no report related to these problems. "However, consumer satisfaction will be Aprilia premium quality standards, the withdrawal is considered necessary," said a statement from the company.
Therefore, Aprilia USA Technical Representative has contacted the owners
RSV4 one by one, about the process and period of the replacement of the unit
is withdrawn.
Just as expected, then the replacement will be free for customers in the dealership Aprilia RSV4, including providing transport unit to the dealer who is also free.
Withdrawal was first postponed on January 21, 2010, but replacement engine for all units affected by the withdrawal was on the way
to the U.S. market and the owners have also contacted.
Thus, Aprilia United States expects to complete the replacement of the motorcycle engine's RSV4 these consumers to start
at the end of February 2010.

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