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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by rzrgade View Post
    Polaris took a beating with the rzr debacle...
    Gotta cut somewhere!


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    LOL, in your world i'll bet the razr problems probably caused world hunger and the collapse of the oilfield right ??? Lives were ruined, families tore apart, huge corporation failures, global warming, , anything else you can blame on the wildly, still popular, still going strong razr ? Can't wait to see what you buy next and hear about that horrible crappy maverick , after you move on and own something else. LMAO.



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    Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Blah blah blah ... Try to imagine how little I care ....

    Pretty obvious you don't run a business ... Thank goodness !

    Did you vote NDP too ?


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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    I can't see how anyone could deny the recalls didn't hurt the polaris bottom line, they had to recall the xp900, xp1000, and the turbo. the Indians had recalls, as well as the Slingshot. their recalls resulted in their operating expenses going from 16% to 19% of the company bottom line in one year, and the majority of the 2016 Indian and Slingshot recalls have not been completed. they are projecting that it will effect the company well into the second and possibly third quarters of 2017.

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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by LennyR View Post
    LOL, in your world i'll bet the razr problems probably caused world hunger and the collapse of the oilfield right ??? Lives were ruined, families tore apart, huge corporation failures, global warming, , anything else you can blame on the wildly, still popular, still going strong razr ? Can't wait to see what you buy next and hear about that horrible crappy maverick , after you move on and own something else. LMAO.
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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by rzrgade View Post
    Blah blah blah ... Try to imagine how little I care ....

    Pretty obvious you don't run a business ... Thank goodness !

    Did you vote NDP too ?


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    Wow , you're wrong about both of those points also, but consistency is a good trait. At least it helps explain your constant bashing of a product , albeit problematic , that is so popular with so many people.

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    Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Sorry , these are just facts ... Popo did this to them selves , no one else .
    My pointing this out ,has not cost them millions , and does not alter that fact .
    In business, if you make poor decisions ... There are consequences!


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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by rzrgade View Post
    Sorry , these are just facts ... Popo did this to them selves , no one else .
    My pointing this out ,has not cost them millions , and does not alter that fact .
    In business, if you make poor decisions ... There are consequences!


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    Duh !! no one is disputing that , nor does anyone take more joy and make more effort to bash the $hitout of them because of those problems/mistakes/miscalculations. You are the ying ttowards polaris as annoyingly as maxwell is the yang to Doo .

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    Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    No I actually have owned a boat load of popo products over the years and have stood behind them more than most ....
    But as I have stated a bazillion times ... They have recently put profits above , quality and it has come back to bite them in the azz ...
    Do I like to point that out .. Dam rights I do !
    But if you read some of my earlier stuff , I was very critical of some canam stuff...
    Those who ride and have had enough various machines will realize that quality levels & brands fluctuate all the time .

    I see no problem in pointing out the ups and downs ...
    Just like is happening in the 850 sled section ...
    Why if there is serious issues with a machine , do you take such an issue with someone pointing that out ??
    Obviously popo decided to make changes with victory , due to who knows what ..
    But change is a fact of life in any business ! Do you not think your competition would not pick up on that ...? Seriously!
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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by rzrgade View Post
    They have recently put profits above , quality and it has come back to bite them in the azz
    Having owned many Polaris products that is so true, has always frustrated me that Polaris has brought such great innovations to market yet they consistently execute poorly. Look no further than the slingshot seriously what a piece of crap, the plastic body has no better finish than a low end quad. What they have accomplished.... They made HD up thier game and HD has executed very well.

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    Re: Polaris dropping the Victory line of motorbikes

    Quote Originally Posted by catalac View Post
    Having owned many Polaris products that is so true, has always frustrated me that Polaris has brought such great innovations to market yet they consistently execute poorly. Look no further than the slingshot seriously what a piece of crap, the plastic body has no better finish than a low end quad. What they have accomplished.... They made HD up thier game and HD has executed very well.
    I have to agree. Owned many poo poo quads and 2 different Rzr models. 2016. In 2016 we went to purchase a new Rzr Hi Lifter or the Can Am Maverick xmr, basically same price. Did a lot of research and comparisons at the dealers. Fit, finish , general quality. Read the reviews. Purchased a Maverick xmr, what's next who knows a Wildcat X, X3 Maverick, another Rzr
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