A press release issued by Aprilia USA states new engines for the 2010 RSV4 have arrived at dealerships.
work on RSV4 models in customers’ hands within two to three weeks. This recall, reviewed and approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), has been given the reference number 10V-029.
“The Aprilia RSV4 is the most technically advanced super bike we’ve developed, and numerous industry awards already underscore the level of excitement about this motorcycle,” said Paolo Timoni, President and CEO, Piaggio Group Americas. “That is why we felt it was especially critical to minimize both downtime and inconveniences to our customers, who want nothing more than to unleash their RSV4 on the road. All of us at Aprilia USA are most appreciative of our customers’ continued patience, as well as the great commitment of our Aprilia dealers and technicians to meet our promised completion time.”
Technicians brought to the U.S. from the Aprilia factory in Noale, Italy, have been working around-the-clock with the Aprilia USA Technical Services Department and dealers to ensure proper installation of the new engines and to expedite the replacement process. As a result, RSV4 owners can expect to get back on the road within two to three weeks.
Aprilia USA will issue a new two-year warranty to owners impacted by the recall, effective after the engine replacement is complete.
The recall, announced last month, affected a limited number of 2010 Aprilia RSV4 motorcycles. While only a small number of production units were involved worldwide, Aprilia and their dealers will be replacing all RSV4 engines on motorcycles delivered to the U.S. market.
Additional information on the RSV4 engine recall can be found at www.apriliausa.com or by contacting your local Aprilia dealer.