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I am thinking about buying a 2014 Polaris Ranger 900 XP EPS for $9,000. It has 5,288 miles with 628 hours. Are the miles and hours too high? The unit appears to be in great shape and well taken care off? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in advance!

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I looked up the original  MSRP and it was $14,199,  at 628 hours, if it has been well taken care of and fluids changed when they're supposed to, i'd say it should have plenty of life left. You can probably get another 1,000 hours out of the engine, at least. And it's not like Polaris is going  out anytime soon so parts should be readily available when it does break down.

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5288 miles in 628 hours is just 8.4 mph average--so it appears it wasn't beat up too hard. I'm right around 14.5 mph average in 37 hours on my Coleman  Outfitter 400--there's a lot of flat open land here--I can hit 40 on the power lines down the road from my house.

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Kelly Blue Book lists it as $9600 from a dealer, stock, no upgrades.  With that mileage, you have to expect to replace the normal wear and tear parts, bushings, etc as you might have to do with any used machine.

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