BRP SHOWS EXCITING NEW SEA-DOO SPARK AT TORONTO INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

Seadoo Spark 2014

Starting at a remarkable $5,595 the new Sea-Doo Spark enjoyed constant attention throughout the 2014 Toronto International Boat Show. The Spark brings the price of entry down to levels where new boaters can easily afford to buy into boating. It also opens the door for cottage families to buy a fleet!

According to Bombardier Recreational Products, the 2014 Sea-Doo Spark watercraft is intended to create an entirely new segment of Sea-Doo lineup designed for the young family looking for simple and accessible fun in compact, and lightweight platform. The Sea-Doo Spark is expected to be one of the most fuel-efficient watercraft, reached by light weight structure and the choice of established propulsion systems.

The Sea-Doo Spark model is powered by the Rotax® 900 ACE™ engine family, a very compact and economical 4-stroke watercraft engine.

Seadoo Spark LifestyleThis model comes in a variety of colours and options, so everyone can make it their own.

IMCI is pleased that all requirements of the RCD have been met by the Spark and has issued a Statement of Conformity.

For more information please visit: www.imci.org and www.sea-doo.com

 

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