2012 BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5

Summary:

Great

Faults:

The heat from the exhaust fan is extremely hot on my foot.

General Comments:

I love my Can Am overall.

Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 28th November, 2016

2014 BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5

Summary:

Would own another one today!

General Comments:

It is a fun bike to ride. I am a disabled veteran so it was hard for me to ride a normal 2 wheel bike.

Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 20th November, 2016

2013 BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5

Summary:

Not for me, Harley rules

Faults:

Heat melted my shoe toe coming from the front exhaust.

General Comments:

The seat needs to come up higher for the driver.

The card delay does not need to come on every time.

The heat coming off the engine is unbearable on a hot day.

It is heavy and hard to turn on fun roads. If you have a road with curve after curve, you are worn out in a short time.

I am trying to sell, and was told when I bought it the resale would hold up great. Not so true. Can hardly give it away. No one wants to buy it and it is priced very reasonably.

I think this is one of those bikes you either love or hate, and for me I am one of the latter. I would go back to a Harley in a minute, but can't until I sell my Cam Am.

Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 25th October, 2015

2012 BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5

Summary:

Worth the money

Faults:

MPG is not as good as I thought it would be.

Owner's manual states 6.2 gallons, but even after filling up with the low on gas light on, the max I ever put in was just under 5 gallons.

General Comments:

Handles great, even in the Seattle rain; be careful as it can still hydroplane.

Very comfortable ride

Excellent lighting for night riding.

Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 1st October, 2013