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post #11 of 183 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 04:37 PM
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CNG powered model to comply with more stringent EPA emission mandates. :-)
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Obviously...just kidding.. anxious to hear what comes out.

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post #12 of 183 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 04:43 PM
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CNG powered model to comply with more stringent EPA emission mandates. :-)
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How long before Cats are mandatory?
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I'm in the market for something new this year.

My Sportsman 850 XP has been the highest quality, best ATV for trail riding, I've ever owned. So if Polaris comes out with a Sportsman 1000 XP, I'll have to get one of those.

Our Rzr 800 LE has been a great side by side, and it can go on the same 50" wide trails that we take our ATVs on. This little side by side gets used more than all of our other machines combined, so If Polaris comes out with a Rzr 900 Trail, I'll have to get one of those.

That Sporstman Ace looks like it would be a ton of fun, but I'm not buying a 300cc anything. If Polaris comes out with a 570 Ace I might have to get one of those.

If Polaris comes out with all three, I'm in trouble, because I don't know which one I would want the most.

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post #14 of 183 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 10:54 PM
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Boy that would be the end of Polaris, well at least they could build them for 25 years with out a change like Honda

If it ain't broke don't fix it.

I have an 85 250ES Big Red in the garage right now. Almost 30 years old, fires right up, no smoke, never had a thing done to it. It looks like hell, but it keeps on ticking. It'll probably still be running after my Polaris dies.
Your only taking a wild guess on the polaris dying. Honda makes some good equipment but I hardly feel its better then Polaris. A lot has to be said on how well it is taken care of.
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Honda is still in the 80's

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I have an 85 250ES Big Red in the garage right now. Almost 30 years old, fires right up, no smoke, never had a thing done to it. It looks like hell, but it keeps on ticking. It'll probably still be running after my Polaris dies.


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IMO...nothing will beat the multi decade reliability of those mid'80 Honda's....even the new Hondas won't match it. My father and I both have '85 TRX-250's that still purr.

'13 Polaris 550 XP EPS (1K- miles/90 hours) (4/11/2013 build/Polaristar until 9/2018)(Road legal)
-Polaris Deluxe Front (2876595) & Rear (2876597) Brushguards
-Thor's best ATV mirrors
-Polaris Steel Front & Rear Rack Extenders
-Ricochet full 8 piece kit (black anodized)
-Cecco frame brace
-Silent Rider (ATV Silencer)
-WARN ProVantage 3500
-KFI Winch mount
-Polaris OEM grip & thumb heaters
-Polaris Front lock & ride box
-Thor's 3 Way ATV Hitch 1 1/4" Box type


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'85 Honda TRX 250
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ya so is a 1937 John deere 2 cyl. but we don't talk about them on here

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Come on Indy everybody knows Honda is the reliability king of all Quads. They might not put out earth shattering power which everybody doesn't want but they hold up better than anything on the market. As I get older the more I think of getting a Honda for that reason. I have been burned out putting bushings, brakes, ball joints on my XP every so and so miles. We talk about Honda being in the stone age but Polaris has not stepped up to the plate yet to fix the small POPO issues that plague the XP line.

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Come on Indy everybody knows Honda is the reliability king of all Quads. They might not put out earth shattering power which everybody doesn't want but they hold up better than anything on the market. As I get older the more I think of getting a Honda for that reason. I have been burned out putting bushings, brakes, ball joints on my XP every so and so miles. We talk about Honda being in the stone age but Polaris has not stepped up to the plate yet to fix the small POPO issues that plague the XP line.

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I agree. if honda came out with the new rubicon a yr ago I would have bought it over this 850. its got irs front diff lock and FI.
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Come on Indy everybody knows Honda is the reliability king of all Quads. They might not put out earth shattering power which everybody doesn't want but they hold up better than anything on the market. As I get older the more I think of getting a Honda for that reason. I have been burned out putting bushings, brakes, ball joints on my XP every so and so miles. We talk about Honda being in the stone age but Polaris has not stepped up to the plate yet to fix the small POPO issues that plague the XP line.

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I agree. if honda came out with the new rubicon a yr ago I would have bought it over this 850. its got irs front diff lock and FI.
I have my eye on the white LE. If I don't get sticker shock I might get one next year.

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