2015 Sea-Doo Spark personal watercraft

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It’s a little late in the year to be thinking about watersports in Western Canada, but last month, BRP unveiled its new line of Sea-Doo personal watercraft (PWC), and we thought you should know what’s in store for 2015. 

First and foremost is the 2015 Sea-Doo Spark. It’s back, and we’re not in the least bit surprised. The Spark, which was introduced last year, represents BRP’s new approach to the watercraft industry. Instead of pouring more dollars into its luxury lineup and making the price tags soar even higher, BRP took a step back and focused on designing a watercraft that was lightweight, agile and surprisingly affordable.

Although it’s considered an entry-level PWC, the Spark still comes with a host of innovative features. The hull and deck, for example, are made of a low-density composite that BRP refers to as Polytec. Then there’s the engine that powers it—the Rotax 900 ACE. According to BRP, it is the most fuel-efficient PWC engine on the market.

For the most part, the Sea-Doo Spark remains unchanged for 2015. There are six new graphics kits for the Spark, though, and Sea-Doo is offering a new Radio Frequency key and Digitally Encoded Security System as an option for the 2015 Sea-Doo Spark.

On the other side of the spectrum is BRP’s 2015 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 215 and 260 packages. They come with more than 10 special accessories and are now available in two new colour schemes.

The recreation segment of BRP’s Sea-Doo family also received new colour schemes for 2015. To see them all for yourself, head over to Sea-Doo’s website


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