The Polish Armed Forces are reportedly interested in acquiring up to 250 tanks in the M1A2 SEPv3 variant and a further dozen tracked vehicles for training under a deal estimated to be worth between $2.9 billion (11 billion PLN) and $5 billion (19 billion PLN).
From a french blog
"However, although it is considered to be one of the most efficient tanks in the world, the M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams may not be the most appropriate for the Polish army. First of all, its mass, more than 72 tons, means that it will not be able to pass everywhere in Poland... due to the country's infrastructure. But its fuel consumption - 1,500 liters per 100 km - will pose logistical problems and increase operating costs.
"Switching to Abrams would require the purchase, use and maintenance of twice as many tanks, the construction of larger fuel depots and a complete reconfiguration of the entire distribution system. In the event of hostilities, this could mean that our tanks would become useless at the slightest interruption in the fuel supply," points out the Polish news site WP Tech."