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ATV Bluetooth Connectivity

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I'm starting this thread to list the ATVs and UTVs that currently have Bluetooth connectivity as OEM and any aftermarket products out there. Lets list and have a discussion about any new devices or atvs that are coming to the market with Bluetooth connectivity. This is probably biased towards atvs with electronic dash clusters, but with the technology changing so fast, it's good to know what's new and up 'n coming.

I read this on ATVRider...

Polaris Sportsman XP1000

The top of the line Polaris Sportsman XP1000 has an instrument cluster that features Bluetooth connectivity. This way, if you get a phone call, voice mail or text while out on the trail, you can glance down at the screen and decide if its important enough to stop and dig your phone out of your pocket.

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How many atvs with electronic dashboards do you think will start to have this type of connectivity?

Check out Polaris' Ride Command: http://www.polaris.com/en-us/atv-ranger-rzr/touch-screen

 

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Bluetooth or any other connectivity  wouldn't do  much good  most places  I ride.  Kinda  useless when  there   is no  cell  service available .

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15 hours ago, davefrombc said:

Bluetooth or any other connectivity  wouldn't do  much good  most places  I ride.  Kinda  useless when  there   is no  cell  service available .

That's a good point if there's no cell service!

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