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Yxz 2016 vs Maverick xds turbo 2016

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Hi all

 

I'm from Sydney Australia and we don't really have a big utv scene here so when it comes to purchasing a second hand utv options are limited.

 

I'm a Yamaha guy but the Yxz is rare here and expensive.

 

Can the xds turbo be compared to the Yxz or are they miles apart ?

 

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