It still might be beneficial toward advancing that official recall if you will file a report if you have not. Even if you do not take it to the dealership until/if one is issued.
Unfortunate you had this experience. Hopefully you will get resolution, or do as other forum members have done. Nevertheless, welcome to the Forum Roadrowe.I have this exact issue on my 2019 ATAS 3000 miles and when I’m at half a tank feels like it’s starving for fuel cutting out from a stop & when I was on the freeway accelerating from 60 to 70 dangerous I’ll follow up with the complaint as well..
Thank you! My problem is that i really really hate the atitude of the car/motorbike factories and dealers. While some if the dealers and car factories deserve a big thank you, other and quite a lot are just trying to sell and sell but do not take any responsibility. I'm sure all of these guys hate me and for good reason. But i hope i'm not fault because i just want to get something i paid for. And not just me but all of the team members here. One thing is sure. If someone will encounter this issue with the bike, for sure the tank has to be replaced and the fueld pump and filter. By the way i bought the guglatech filter and that was mounted by the dealer in Budapest, Hungary into the tank. So hopefully i'll be ok for a while.
Hi @Chasdog ,I had the problem with my 2019 atas and it was fixed(at least so far). Some people have had the tank replaced and since most of the atas tanks seem to have that problem, the ugly situation returns again. They didn’t replace
My tank and at first I was bummed , however after reading about all the return of the filter clogging on new tanks I am glad it wasn’t replaced.
Hope yours is fixed for good! Just saying what I’ve observed since I have been following this in multiple forums for some time now.