Well guys I read on here all the time about you all bashing Rzr 1000's. Well I personally own a Maverick and a Spyder and I'm here to tell you my next one will be something other than a Can Am. I bought the Maverick and took it on one ride to Royal Blue. I was with my cousin who was on his first ride on his Rzr 1000. We had rode the better part of the day and then we started down a trail and he went thru a mud hole and then I tried to go thru but couldn't make it. So him and his wife go back to the truck to get a tow rope while me and my wife wait for him to come back. So he comes back couple hours later and pulls me out. We ride back to truck and head home. When I'm washing it a couple days later I notice grease coming out of the rear end. So that Saturday I take it to the dealership where I bought it. So they call me about a week and a half later and tell me before they will tear it apart that I have to give them authorization that way if can am doesn't pay for it I will have to. So I wait and wait and call back a couple times and they tell me they haven't had time to tear it down. Finally 27 days later they call me to give me the bad news that the rear end was full of water and mud and so was transmission. No seals were bad though. It all came in thru vent hose in between the seats or they said it came in thru seals. The seals weren't bad though. The dealership owner Charles Jansing of Alcoa Good Times in Alcoa, TN who I have purchased 3 powersports vehicles from said that his mechanic told him when your in a mud hole spinning that it creates a vacuum on the seals and allows water and mud to flow past seals. So I said ok and I contacted brp directly they said that the dealership said it had been abused and would not be covered under warranty. So I have a Maverick that I have owned for 6 weeks and has been in the shop for 4 of the 6. I have rode it one time in the woods and it has 8 hours on it. That 8 hours cost me $1900 plus the original $19000. So yeah my next one will not be a can am. During that time my cousin has been riding his rzr every weekend. I really thought can am would stand behind there product way better than this. And to beat it all its been abused but the body doesnt have a scratch on it. I reckon your not supposed to take an all terrain vehicle off road or in any mud.