Mahindra Scooters Recalled Due to Steering Defect

The front forks of the scooters may not be properly tightened within the steering mounts

Mahindra Scooters Recalled Due to Steering Defect
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August 23, 2016

Mahindra Tractor Assembly Inc. is recalling certain model year 2015-2016 GenZe 2.0 and Enterprise 1 scooters.

The front forks of the scooters may not be properly tightened within the steering mounts and, as a result, the fork tubes may move, affecting low speed maneuverability.

If the fork tubes move and affect the maneuverability or the turning radius of the scooter, it can increase the risk of a crash.

The affected scooters were manufactured from October 2, 2015 to July 11, 2016. The recall process is expected to begin in August 2016.

Mahindra will notify the impacted owners, and new bolts and washers to ensure proper clamp force will be installed, free of charge.

For further information regarding this recall, owners may contact Mahindra customer service at (888) 808-9526.