On Ride Command app you can download the map before you head out. So all you need is GPS signal. I'm not saying Ride Command is the best, but it's completely free.I have the app, but my Garmin and VV mapping was more accurate and the turn by turn was better. Maybe the trail system? Poor cell service to say the least.
Poo didn't even have oil caps or exhaust sensors. Or tracks or gauges. I think those were the biggest issues. The previous year it was shocks. So the customization is some extra work yes but someone painting spindles and rails, they don't care if they shoot red vs black. The paint cost is the same and customers pay an extra $200.Not really, it affects the labor and JIT build standards when a single part isn't available.
It's a big reason poo deliveries were delayed last year.
Yes I purchased a 2022 XRS gade 600R. It was offered with exactly zero options. I wasn't referring to dealers, but BRP itself. I can of course buy any model that the dealer offers. But none were what I really wanted.Have you personally purchased a new Doo recently and had that happen to you...My experience when I bought my Gade last year was far from what you posted...
I think the copied ergo's will be more interesting to hear about.Question. If the new cats use cast modular bullheads and glue as part of the new digs a a lightweight platform like doo and poo use will it’s still be called junk by the cat loyal ? Or will it now be considered industry standard modern tech ?
If this new sled looks fantastic, is assembled with the tolerances and refinement that is expected in 2024 and offers some great new innovation in the skid as well as some other new features, I think it can be HIGHLY successful.
You're asking for a lot.If Cat releases this sled with a 50+ pound weight savings over the G5 Ski Doo (assuming their 600 will be with G5 in 2024) I'd take the sled with lighter weight and more soul every time.