Dropped the Pricing!!!
Have a newer Motorhome you'd like to trade towards this?? Let's talk!!!!
2018 Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix Edition
36 hrs on Engine
Lots of Extras
Low Profile Front Bumper 4x Lower Half Doors Rear View Mirror Folding Side Mirrors Poly Flip Down Front Windshield RIDE COMMAND Interactive Display with GPS Dynamix Active Suspension Triton ATV128 Trailer Included!!! 4x Helmuts 4x Goggles + More
Located in Brookfield, WI 53005
NADA average Sale Price $28,017
ASKING $24,997 OBO INCLUDES TRAILER (See 2nd post for pix)
I want this gone before the snow flies!
Best to call/text 414-217-7632
I recently (like yesterday) bought a secondhand hisun 400cc 4x4 SxS. It’s a one owner 2012 model only done 125 kms. It runs rough and won’t idle for long without cutting out., even when it’s warm. Here’s what I’ve done to try to sort it without success: cleaned air filters, cleaned spark plug, emptied old fuel and replaced, replaced fuel filters. I notice that there is a hose coming from the carburettor (on drivers side). It goes to a T piece but neither branch connects to anything and I can’t seem to find any places where they would naturally attach. Any suggestions appreciated. Davo
Hi guys! Can anyone confirm whether this is actually the 2018 model? (LINK) My friend says its not but the sales representative claims that it is. I've been burned before and I want to take all precautions before going any further with this dealer.
Thanks and happy riding!
Hi there! I'm a total newbie to the market and am not even sure if I'm posting this in the right forum area. I'm looking for a side-by-side machine that can handle lots of light farm/homestead work. I've focused on the Kubota 400ci and the John Deere Gator TS. Both are right in my price range (less than $10K). I'm leaning toward the Kubota because:
-Kubota has zero percent financing, compared to JD's current rate of 4.5 percent
-It's 4x4, whereas that's an expensive upgrade for the Gator.
Things that are important to me:
-Dump bed. This is a necessity, and the stronger the better. I'll be hauling firewood, dirt, lots of kids, etc.
-Ability to pull a trailer, which will often be loaded with firewood and other supplies.
-Ability to get out of the mud. This is why 4x4 is important to me. I may eventually add a snow blade, but not right now.
-Low maintenance and low maintenance costs. I can change oil, belts and plugs, but I would rather not do anything more than that.
Things that are not important to me:
-Top end speed. I have no real need for anything to go over 20 mph. Sure it would be fun, but I don't want it to affect the decision.
-Super sporty looks. I like the look of both the Kubota and Gator, so that's not really a deal breaker.
The only real concerns I have about the Kubota is the CVT transmission. Perhaps it's great, but I assume it's much more expensive to fix that the simple belt-driven Gator.
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!