BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5 Reviews
2013 BRP Can-Am Spyder RS-S SE5 from United States of America
Not for me, Harley rules
Heat melted my shoe toe coming from the front exhaust.
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 from United States of America
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.
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
Average review marks: 7.2 / 10, based on 2 reviews