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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman5689 View Post
    Starting to feel the same way.Had a small oil leak/electrical fire on new sled. Dealership made me fill out 3 pages of useless paperwork and initially steered to no warranty repairs. I laughed and told manager that yeah I didn't feel like riding that day so tossed paper soaked in gas and lit a match. Asking me question on what lead to failure, told him I ain't a mechanic.I ride it, you fix it sounds about right with warranty.Picking it up tomorrow so will see the verdict.
    Wow, they wanted you to pay out of pocket for a brand new sled that started on fire? Oil lines are a wear item, maybe you wore them out and caused the problem yourself. What a joke.



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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by NoBrakes! View Post
    The cheapest Holdover T3s i heard of got down to 11k and change no? From 16k?
    10500 for a pull start with 1 year warranty Why buy new?, was cheapest I found when I got mine last year
    long live the rev ...08-09 xp's are like riding a buffalo
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    Re: Why buy new?

    There are 850ís all over kijiji right now.2017 for $12k. Brand new. Both of my buddyís paid more than $17k for thereís in 2017. Was the same with cat. In 2017 I was looking at brand new 15ís and 16ís from $8-$11k. Maybe it was Albertaís economic downturn. Maybe not 7-8k but for sure 5-6 k savings. Thatís a lot of goodies right there.

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman5689 View Post
    Starting to feel the same way.Had a small oil leak/electrical fire on new sled. Dealership made me fill out 3 pages of useless paperwork and initially steered to no warranty repairs. I laughed and told manager that yeah I didn't feel like riding that day so tossed paper soaked in gas and lit a match. Asking me question on what lead to failure, told him I ain't a mechanic.I ride it, you fix it sounds about right with warranty.Picking it up tomorrow so will see the verdict.
    What dealership?

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by gunner3006 View Post
    There are 850ís all over kijiji right now.2017 for $12k. Brand new. Both of my buddyís paid more than $17k for thereís in 2017. Was the same with cat. In 2017 I was looking at brand new 15ís and 16ís from $8-$11k. Maybe it was Albertaís economic downturn. Maybe not 7-8k but for sure 5-6 k savings. Thatís a lot of goodies right there.
    Cat was years of oversupplied ****ty sleds that got liquidated this year. Good deals forsure, but that has come to an end.

    Your buddies payed over list prices (17k) for their 2017 G4's?

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Cat was years of oversupplied ****ty sleds that got liquidated this year. Good deals forsure, but that has come to an end.

    Your buddies payed over list prices (17k) for their 2017 G4's?
    True I donít think we will see those kind of deals again with the new ownership. Yea by the time they walked out the door in 2017 with there new 850ís they were $17,600.

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Picked up a '16 axys last season for 9500. They were blowing them out
    '16 Axys 155 - Black and Decker hair dryer, random deeecals, backwards throttle

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by gunner3006 View Post
    True I donít think we will see those kind of deals again with the new ownership. Yea by the time they walked out the door in 2017 with there new 850ís they were $17,600.
    Ouch, when I went to snowcheck a 17 it was $15,500 for a 165" 3" pull start plus tax. But I guess you add estart and a few other doo dats and you can be a $17.5 pretty fast.



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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by pinko View Post
    Picked up a '16 axys last season for 9500. They were blowing them out
    3" track?

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    Re: Why buy new?

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    3" track?
    2.6 155
    '16 Axys 155 - Black and Decker hair dryer, random deeecals, backwards throttle

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