Used sled prices

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I rolled with the used market for years but got caught up with the new in 2017 2018 2019 2020 now I will ride the 2020 850t til she pops then I will be a broke sledder lmao
 

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hope In 2025 they have a 200hp electric conversion to retro into a old used sled….. if it does not cost 40000$$ for the electric motor
 

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I rolled with the used market for years but got caught up with the new in 2017 2018 2019 2020 now I will ride the 2020 850t til she pops then I will be a broke sledder lmao

Put a new short block in it at the start of the year, be less than getting a new sled.
 

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Been watching for a month or so lots of delusional sellers. I wonder If guys are upside down on them financed.

or they believe their own BS about what their chit is worth when it ain’t.
Your bang on. I think some of these poor buggers with bad credit, over paid. Then high interested, likely owe more than they are worth.
 

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Just stumbled onto this.

no cash deals?
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Several years ago I put one of my dirt bikes up for sale/trade. A guy offered his 2014 arctic cat m8 straight across. I met the guy to do the deal, going through the paperwork. He still had lien, (he was clueless and thought he could trade me and still make his sled payments) and still had 4 years left on his 8 year term. Total cost of borrowing was 24 grand. For an 2014 Arctic cat LOL

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I have noticed some dealers are really dropping their used prices lately…usually they are high. Don’t want to be stuck with a bunch of inventory.
 

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Several years ago I put one of my dirt bikes up for sale/trade. A guy offered his 2014 arctic cat m8 straight across. I met the guy to do the deal, going through the paperwork. He still had lien, (he was clueless and thought he could trade me and still make his sled payments) and still had 4 years left on his 8 year term. Total cost of borrowing was 24 grand. For an 2014 Arctic cat LOL

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Really makes me wonder how they hell someone can be that uninformed.
 

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Autos are that way too at some dealers. Salesman won't look at a cash in hand buyers. The finance companies have made it way too good for them, so they force buyers to finance.
And probably an excessive fee to layout the loan withing the first year too.
 

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People don’t care …things cost so much money what’s the difference is you pay a little or a lot…as long as you can get the sled.

Nobody really owns anything anymore it’s just payments to use. Vehicles cost more then most people can make in a year. It’s just wrong.
 
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