America’s Motor Sports Scores Possibly The Last Run of Sparks Before 2015


OK, it’s previous obvious that demand has clearly outweighed supply in the case of the new Sea-Doo Spark. There are dealers across the nation clamoring to fulfill interest and orders for the new two- and three-seater runabouts, and BRP simply didn’t produce enough to flood the market. For anyone who’s passed a basic economics or marketing course know that this was an intentional move by BRP, so don’t get too twisted over it. It’s just part of doing business.

photo 2Thankfully, those really impatient bargain hunters refusing to sit back and wait for the containers of new 2015 Sparks to arrive from the Juarez, Mexico facility, actually have another shot at scoring a 2014 model. Middle Tennessee’s America’s Motor Sports just landed over half a dozen new Sparks ranging from the near-impossible-to-find base model $4,999 unit to a fully-loaded pink three-seater equipped with Sea-Doo’s iBR Intelligent Brake & Reverse.

Below is the cheat sheet of available units and the prices that AMS is listing them at. If you’re refusing to let this summer slip past you and you just gotta have a new Spark for this Labor Day Weekend, then we know the place to go.

Here is the new models America’s Motor Sports have left:
– 2 seat base Vanilla (60hp)                                                               $4999
– 2 seat w/convenience package in Orange Crush (60hp)                $5199
– 2 seat w/convenience package in Orange Crush (90hp)                $5899
– 2 seat w/convenience package in Pineapple (90hp)                       $5899
– 3 seat base in Orange Crush (90hp)                                               $6299
– 3 seat w/convenience package in Pineapple (90hp)                       $6499
– 3 seat base w/IBR in Bubble Gum (90hp)                                       $6999

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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