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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #15 on: September 20, 2019, 08:59:35 PM »
I may add that my work uses the polaris 900's with fully inclosed cabs.....I would never own one.  You can't here your self think inside of that thing it is so loud and to be honest....they are under powered and just junk.  My honda will out perform our work polaris rigs.....10/10 times; faster, more agile, better ride, quieter, more power, etc...  Don't take my word....drive them all and make up your own mind. 

Anytime you want to take a ride in a honda just look me up.  I am always looking for an excuse to take it out.   :tup:
I may just look you up. I am looking for a home or property in the Wenatchee area. Thanks for the info on the pioneer.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #16 on: September 21, 2019, 09:41:38 AM »
I have bought from them.  Not a bad dealer.  :tup:  If ya can get freight setup charges waived there ya doing something right!  Oregon has some dealers with really good prices sometimes as well.  Shop em and use prices to compare/compete from other dealers.  It works for me, most times dealer will match.
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #17 on: September 21, 2019, 12:10:36 PM »
I have bought from them.  Not a bad dealer.  :tup:  If ya can get freight setup charges waived there ya doing something right!  Oregon has some dealers with really good prices sometimes as well.  Shop em and use prices to compare/compete from other dealers.  It works for me, most times dealer will match.

Will do. I am sure they ding you for Wa sales tax if you buy in Or though.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #18 on: September 21, 2019, 12:28:11 PM »
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #19 on: September 21, 2019, 01:27:52 PM »
I installed a soft cab and windshield in my teryx4.  Keeps us nice and dry but seems to amplify the cab noise.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #20 on: September 21, 2019, 06:49:23 PM »
Spent about an hour at the honda/polaris dealer today. He didnt push either brand but gabe me the pros and cons of each. Still leaning towards honda but the polaris cab is hard to beat. Anyone know which is the quietest of the two? I gues enclosed cab amps up the noise.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2019, 07:31:20 PM »
Make sure you look at the warranty Polaris is usually like 6 months to a year. Way to stand behind their machine! spend 30k as much as a new truck and get a 6 month warranty. such a joke

I bought a can-am and got a 3 year unlimited miles warranty and then talked the dealer into another 3 year warranty on them. 6 years unlimited miles!!!!
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #22 on: September 21, 2019, 07:58:57 PM »
Make sure you look at the warranty Polaris is usually like 6 months to a year. Way to stand behind their machine! spend 30k as much as a new truck and get a 6 month warranty. such a joke

I bought a can-am and got a 3 year unlimited miles warranty and then talked the dealer into another 3 year warranty on them. 6 years unlimited miles!!!!

I have to go look at the can am. My buddyn n montana has one on his farm over there and he swears by bit. Works it hard and it doesnt break. I am pretty sure Polaris is off my list.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #23 on: September 22, 2019, 08:12:45 AM »
Riding in NorthStar Ranger is good.  Ride is little rough but tire pressure and shock adjustments help.  Noise is decent, its not loud but not quiet.  You can talk loud to each other.  Rain drips and a rattle are present.  Always need adjusting.  Doors are HEAVY and hinge pins wear quickly.  Kawasaki has 3 year warranty that is FREE!!!  Ya wont need it though.  No cabs though.  A new Kawa is coming in October 7 2019.??  It seems you should check out the X4 Yam.  Heard lots of good things but no experience yet.  Very nice cabs and very quiet.  Soft ride.  Good price point. I wanted to possibly buy the Yam x4 but after having a Teryx before the WIFE?BOSS! said No, Teryx4, tough comfy and doesn't break!  She loves it.  Honestly I would not buy Polaris Ranger without a HUGE warranty because you will 98% need it for repairs.  Not opinion, its a fact.  Even after the improvements Polaris made in 2019 it still is a fragile 2100lb machine.  Japanese/USA built utvs are the toughest hands down.  Yamaha has what a 10 year belt warranty?  Same belt system as Kawasaki runs.  They last forever.  But, all makes do have some issues, the question is do ya want to fix a Transmission or differential or a gas tank vent or squeaky bushing?  Google YOUTUBE "Dirt trax" they have good info reviews on all these.  May help ya decide.  And keep in mind they are sponsored by Polaris and Canam yet speak highly of Yam Kawa and Honda 4 seaters.
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #25 on: September 22, 2019, 08:37:13 AM »
I installed a soft cab and windshield in my teryx4.  Keeps us nice and dry but seems to amplify the cab noise.
   How many break downs have ya had?   :tup: Good choice of machine imop. 
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #26 on: September 22, 2019, 03:04:14 PM »
Riding in NorthStar Ranger is good.  Ride is little rough but tire pressure and shock adjustments help.  Noise is decent, its not loud but not quiet.  You can talk loud to each other.  Rain drips and a rattle are present.  Always need adjusting.  Doors are HEAVY and hinge pins wear quickly.  Kawasaki has 3 year warranty that is FREE!!!  Ya wont need it though.  No cabs though.  A new Kawa is coming in October 7 2019.??  It seems you should check out the X4 Yam.  Heard lots of good things but no experience yet.  Very nice cabs and very quiet.  Soft ride.  Good price point. I wanted to possibly buy the Yam x4 but after having a Teryx before the WIFE?BOSS! said No, Teryx4, tough comfy and doesn't break!  She loves it.  Honestly I would not buy Polaris Ranger without a HUGE warranty because you will 98% need it for repairs.  Not opinion, its a fact.  Even after the improvements Polaris made in 2019 it still is a fragile 2100lb machine.  Japanese/USA built utvs are the toughest hands down.  Yamaha has what a 10 year belt warranty?  Same belt system as Kawasaki runs.  They last forever.  But, all makes do have some issues, the question is do ya want to fix a Transmission or differential or a gas tank vent or squeaky bushing?  Google YOUTUBE "Dirt trax" they have good info reviews on all these.  May help ya decide.  And keep in mind they are sponsored by Polaris and Canam yet speak highly of Yam Kawa and Honda 4 seaters.
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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #27 on: September 22, 2019, 07:26:57 PM »
Mudman I've had no breakdowns.  I only have about 1500 miles on it.  At around 1k mile mark I went up around my house and it started running really bad and had almost no power, I tore the cab apart and put plugs in it and that fixed it.  Seemed kind of odd.  Great machine.  I run 28" mudlites.

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #28 on: September 22, 2019, 07:34:36 PM »
Anyone out there recommend any specific dealer where they got a good deal and good service?

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Re: Best 4 or 5 seat side by side
« Reply #29 on: September 23, 2019, 05:03:55 AM »
I bought my Honda at I90 Powersports Issaquah.  Good to deal with.

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