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    thinking of becoming benelli dealer

    the new benellis look like they can compete want your thoughts would you buy one if priced right

    check out there line up http://www.benelli-group.com/en/index.html


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    I thought this was about firearms. Benelli makes great shotguns never heard of their jet skis!

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    Are they allowed in the US last I here they are not.

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    The HSR has been around since 2005 and winning stand-up races all over the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    I thought this was about firearms. Benelli makes great shotguns never heard of their jet skis!

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    Learn something everyday, stand up scene here is minimal. Are they kinda like Ktm in the mx/sx world? Would be neat to get another player in the game

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    Belassi Group is the new name of the company.
    I like the look, it does kinda look just like a sea doo.
    There could be issue here, why the name keeps changing and they haven't broke out with dealers coming up all across the US.
    Just one in New Jersey.
    I'm questioning its reliability. That's a big sell point if you want to be a dealer.

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    I would be very interested if they can price their US entry into the market with a list price that would be comparable to current U.S. skis, like Yamaha, Kawi, Sea Doo. And the new U.S. dealers must be able to warrant & service the skis in similar fashion (no long wait for parts, or tech issues). We all know they are slick looking, a lot like Sea Doo, and we know they can be fast .... however, would they be able to be immediately accepted into our sanctioned races .... i.e. IJSBA . Do realize that just being a new ski to come to America, wont be enough to crack the market in sales volume and therefor not just a flash-n-the pan. They will have to bring to market here a ski that is reasonably priced @ all levels and not just one model. How can they ship & we import a Benelli ski that's not going to be over $14,000. And still meet the concerns mentioned above ??

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