BRP unveiled the new 2017 line-up of Can-Am Spyder models, as well as good economic news for potential F3 buyers.
The 2017 models span the range of rider preferences and pursuits. The newest model for touring is the Spyder F3 Limited. The F3 Limited is designed for maximum performance in two-up touring. The Spyder F3-T is built for the weekend and day-trip tourist who wants a “bagger” style of machine. The Spyder F3-S line includes a new Daytona 500 Edition, which offers Sport mode to allow for high performance-minded riding and even to allow for controlled rear-wheel spins.
The good economic news is for riders considering the base Spyder F3; BRP has cut the price by almost 15 percent compared to the 2016 MSRP! That is particularly important to new riders as approximately one-third of Can-Am Spyder F3 owners are first-time riders, according to BRP.
The 2017 Can-Am Spyder F3 Limited has a removable top case with enough storage for two full-face helmets and includes a passenger backrest. It is easily removable, providing the option of bagger configuration or full touring capability.
F3-T owners wanting to upgrade their machines to touring grade can mount the top case as an optional accessory. The F3 Limited includes many comfort and convenience features, including automatic self-adjusting air suspension, heated grips and footboards and a six-speaker audio system.
Within the full touring category, the top-of-the-line Spyder RT Limited is now available in different color options, including Champagne Metallic and Asphalt Gray Metallic. That model comes equipped with the Garmin Zumo 590 GPS.