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Ducati Multistrada Recall

Ducati is recalling 2021 Multistrada V4 S motorcycles which were manufactured with valve heads that may break. “A broken valve head may decrease the acceleration and performance of the engine, increasing the risk of crash,” NHTSA said.

Ducati is notifying owners and dealers will replace the entire motorcycle engine with another engine, free of charge.

This recall began on April 23, 2021.

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Ducati Superleggera Recall

Ducati North America is recalling Superleggera motorcycles from the model year 2019 for potentially defective front brake pads which may corrode, causing the front brake pads’ friction material to detach from the backing plate, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

If the front brake pad friction material detaches from the backing plate, the motorcycle may experience increased stopping distance, increasing the risk of a crash.

Ducati is notifying owners and dealers will replace the front brake pads, free of charge.

This recall began on June 20, 2020.

Ducati Issues 2 Recalls Due to Risk of Motorcycle Accident

In January 2020, Ducati announced that it was initiating 2 recalls for 2012 and 2013 Panigale motorcycles due to an increased risk of a motorcycle accident. The recall affects 2,411 motorcycles made between March 16, 2012, and July 12, 2012.

The 1st recall concerns the right and left swing-arm shaft pivots. These pivots can loosen and lead to a loss of control and increase the risk of an accident, causing severe injuries. The NHTSA Recall Number for this item is 12v401000.

The 2nd recall affects the front brake master cylinder reservoir hose. The reservoir hose can lead to inference with the threading end of the reservoir screw, causing damage to the hose and potentially leading to a front brake system failure, according to the NHTSA. A front brake system failure can lead to catastrophic injuries and even death. This NHTSA Recall Number is 12V402000.

Both of these Ducati recalls began on September 17, 2020. If you believe your Ducati motorcycle may contain defective parts from either recall, you should take it to your local Ducati dealer and receive an inspection and the necessary services to correct the problem, free of charge.

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