Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), world-renowned specialist in the creation of recreational powersports vehicles, is to expand and improve its watercraft line-up for 2017.

The new season will see the introduction of several fresh Sea-Doo craft, including some new GTI models plus an uprated mid-range GTR-X 230, which will take advantage of the new Rotax Advanced Combustion Efficiency (ACE) 1500 HO engine. That will offer 15hp more than its predecessor, plus a new, low-maintenance supercharger. However, for a lot of people in the UK, the really exciting news is likely to be the arrival of a dynamic new variant for Sea-Doo’s super-affordable SPARK line.

 

The new Spark Trixx

The new Spark Trixx will up the ante with fresh colourways and new user-friendly features.



 

Known as the Sea-Doo Spark Trixx, it will come in at what BRP calls “an unbeatable price-point” and bring to market “features that leverage the light and nimble handling of the Spark model to offer new ways to play on the water.” Among those features will be a handlebar with adjustable riser, plus step wedges and an extended-range Variable Trim System (VTS) - all of which are designed to enable riders to get more out of the riding experience.

Further up the range, the 2017 GTI models are designed to be the lightest, most fuel-efficient and best value full-size watercraft on the market. Each features a compact and efficient Rotax 900 HO ACE engine and the same tough, lightweight ‘Polytec’ hull material, which has proven itself so useful on the Spark over the last three years.

Anne Bélec of BRP is plainly excited at the breadth of solution the new line-up brings: “The Sea-Doo watercraft line has never been stronger. By offering new models that continue to focus on rider needs such as affordability and efficiency, and of course fun, more people can find the right model for them and make the dream of owning a Sea-Doo watercraft a reality.” For more on the 2017 Sea-Doo watercraft fleet and to find authorised Sea-Doo watercraft dealers, visit Sea-Doo's website.

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