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|LYNX OPENS NEW WINTER ADVENTURES WITH A NEW SNOWMOBILE PLATFORM, MORE MODELS AND THE EASYRIDE REAR SUSPENSION|
Hemavan, Sweden, March 13, 2018 – BRP (TSX:DOO) just unveiled its 2019 Lynx snowmobile lineup, which promises an incredible rider experience with a new Radien-X platform, a new Xterrain crossover model, the EasyRide rear suspension and the Rotax 600R E-TEC engine. The new models are being introduced at a dealer meeting held in Hemavan, Sweden.
“The Lynx Xterrain is a full-blooded race sled born in a deep-snow sled’s body. It was designed for the demanding adventurers who are always looking for the next challenge in arctic conditions,” says Valto Ristimella, Commercial Director, BRP Scandinavia.
The Xterrain models are available with the Rotax 850 E-TEC and the new Rotax 600R E-TEC engines. The Rotax 600R E-TEC was designed to excite riders with quick throttle response and high power-to-weight ratios. It is also offered in the 2019 Lynx Rave and 49 Ranger models.
New Radien-X platform
“Since its introduction in 2010, the Lynx 49 Ranger has been one of the most popular snowmobiles in the Nordic countries. We have collected a lot of customer input throughout the years that has now been materialized in the brand new 49 Ranger models,” says Ristimella.
EasyRide rear suspension
“The articulated rear end in the EasyRide suspension automatically adjusts when accelerating, towing or reversing, providing optimal performance in each situation,” explains Ristimella.
Luxurious Super Wide Track
“At Lynx, we are close to our customers. We face the same conditions as they do and we are obsessed about designing snowmobiles that allow us to beat those conditions, however extreme they are. The Lynx 2019 lineup is a great showcase of this philosophy,” concludes Ristimella.
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