Texans do like off-road vehicles. In fact, Texas has been labeled the largest market for land and water utility and recreational vehicles. Back in July BRP opened its North American headquarters in Plano.
BRP is a Canadian parent company that manufactures off-road brands such as Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, Evinrude Outboard Motors, and CAN-AM.
BRP chose Plano for its central location in the US with easy access to qualified local talent and its proximity to DFW International Airport that connects flights to the Valcourt, Quebec based company area.
BRP 2020 Ski-Doo
I recently attended a BRP event in Plano to get a look at the 2020 line-up of equipment. It was exciting to get a peek at the most innovative snowmobiles and other powerful outdoor equipment in the BRP product lines. While we don’t get a ton of snow in the DFW area, I am always intrigued by the adventure of driving a snowmobile. The 2020 Ski-Doo Tundra is a lightweight machine that can traverse effortlessly over bottomless snow. This would be great fun for taking day trips in the hill country in winter.
Ski-Doo’s most advanced platform comes to the utility segment full throttle with the addition of the Rev Gen4 family of snowmobiles. These utility vehicles are easy to handle thanks to the centralized mass, an open cockpit design, and the industry’s most advanced engines.
Other Exciting BRP Products
The CAN-AM ATVs are rugged machines that set the standard for performance, power, utility, and safety. These vehicles can be used to work a ranch or to take on a trail to enjoy the scenery. I especially like the Commander Max DPS. This ATV is a 4-seater with Tri-mode Dynamic Power Steering. I can see my family going out for a exploratory ride in the Commander.
If you are a fan of recreational activities on the water, then the 2020 Sea-Doo GTX Limited 230/300 might be the perfect touring Jet Ski. This off-road/on-water ski is big with room for 3 plus some gear, including a dry bag, to explore the open waters. This would be great on the Gulf or on our many inland lakes where the waters are often pretty calm. This is more like a luxury craft than a tricked out ski for jumping waves.