(Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, May 6, 2006) Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (BRP) launches its 2007 all-terrain vehicle (ATV) line-up and re-brands its ATV products to Can Am. The Can Am name recaptures the spirit of BRP's unequalled performance, superb handling and advanced design that are unique in the industry. In June 2005, BRP unveiled its new ATV strategy, shifting its focus to ATV and powersports enthusiasts.
"We believe the Can Am brand better represents the positioning of our products in the marketplace and provides the perfect platform to reach out to and attract powersports enthusiasts," said José Boisjoli, president and chief executive officer, BRP.
RÃ©ponse recue le vendredi 29 juillet 2005 09:44:22
De maniÃ©re certaine, BRP nous a interdit d'homologuer cette machine, et ils
ne le feront pas eux-mÃªmes.
Bien Ã vous,
PDG Everset http://www.everset.com/
De : cedric walterEnvoyÃ© : jeudi 28 juillet 2005 22:29
Ã : Pierre LAMOUILLE
Objet : ds 650
Est ce que Everset ou bombardier pensent homologuer tres bientot le ds650
pour les routes francaises, (idealement pas bloque Ã 20cv) car j'aimerai
circuler en regles sur les chemins de terre (uniquement) et cela me generai
d'acheter un autre quad.
Merci, toute infos sera la bienvennue.
Bombardier has put online all manuals for its ATV (in english, french, italian and spanish). You are free to download them at
BRP Operators Guides http://www.operatorsguide.brp.com
I have already dowbloaded the DS650X 2006 manuals ;-) so the only thing that I still do not have is the quad itself....
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