Kawasaki KLX110 Recalled for Fuel Leaks

Kawasaki KLX110L 1 photo
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Kawasaki recalls more than 10,000 bikes in the US to repair a fuel leak issue.
The problem affects model year 2010, 2011 and 2012 KLX110 and KLX110L off-road motorcycles, but no accidents or injuries have been reported.

According to Kawasaki, fuel can leak between the tank and the fuel tap, increasing the risk of a fire.

The recall also comes with a "do not ride" restriction until the problem is solved. At the same time, selling or attempting to sell the recalled vehicles is illegal.

Consumers are advised to contact Kawasaki toll-free at (866) 802-9381 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at and click on Recall/Safety Info at the bottom of the page.

Authorized dealers will repair the bikes free of charge.

The CPSC offers a comprehensive description of the affected bikes: "The motorcycles have a 110 cubic centimeter engine, a green fuel tank, shroud cover and fenders, a black seat and white side covers. “Kawasaki” is on both sides of the shroud cover.

Model names and numbers are on both side covers directly beneath the seat. KLX110 models have an automatic clutch, a shift pedal and no clutch lever on the handlebars. The seat height for these models is about 27 inches.

KLX110L models have a manual clutch, a shift pedal and a clutch lever on the handlebars. The seat height for these models is about 29 inches. Sold at Kawasaki dealers nationwide from November 2009 to January 2014."
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