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    Default What is a "CE" model?

    Looking through my official Can-Am paperback service manual for my '16 RT Ltd, I've noticed in the specifications at the back of the book in the Specifications section that there's some references to "CE models" and "Other models".
    In the RT specs, it states CE models, Other models, Japanese models, and Other Countries models.
    Again, this is in the RT specifications, so I'm thinking those references may have something to do with country codes.

    Any ideas on what a CE model is?

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    I think CE stands for Conformité Européenne (French for European Conformity). That means models for the European market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmobil-F3 View Post
    I think CE stands for Conformité Européenne (French for European Conformity). That means models for the European market.
    Sounds legit to me.
    Makes sense-ish.
    You'd think the manufacturer would specify what the abbreviations mean somewhere in the book..

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    Default Little checking.....

    interesting as search has found that the code "CE" is for Sri-Lanka... the explanation from Batmobile-F3 sound much better. Although I have seen interesting parts listed for specific countries when searching out parts....
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    Everything sold in Europe has to be certified and will then receive a sticker to prove it. The sticker will have CE on it as proof of conformity. So a CE Spyder will be a Spyder which conforms to European regulation.

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