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If you can get the VIN, the 10th  character is the model year designation.  It's a single number or letter that, with a table, will identify it's model year.  If it's a "J", it's a 2018 model; a "K" is a 2019 model.  If it's any other letter, you can do a search for "VIN year model table"  Certain physical features that are unique to a certain model year of the UTV may also help to identify the model year.  The ad claims it's a 2018 model.

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On 7/6/2018 at 9:26 AM, Mackiesis49 said:

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!

 

On 8/20/2018 at 6:36 PM, silverbullet said:

silverbullet

joyner in China or Usa .Parts will always be available in the future.I like Jake he is a good man but the parts end is dead .Parts are down buy 50% and joyner makes most of their money on parts..This is vary hard on Joyner USA

Rich

Well I have 2017 x3  X RS  if it was a turbo I could tell you lol the2017 has 157 hp and the 2018 has 175hp  .. there isn’t any difference other the the new one if turbo has a bigger fan and inter coolerand down pipe 

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On 5/2/2019 at 4:34 AM, Baddeadpool said:

 

Well I have 2017 x3  X RS  if it was a turbo I could tell you lol the2017 has 157 hp and the 2018 has 175hp  .. there isn’t any difference other the the new one if turbo has a bigger fan and inter coolerand down pipe 

It’s a 2017 xrs  yea I just got it three months ago new lol I couldn’t pass up the price ... only had 49 miles on it paid 19,000  

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