I think Garmin as a standard option was a bad idea. Could have dropped the MSRP to $18,999 and it wouldn't seem so far apart from the 2014 Maverick.
Yep. In the end its a win win. Customer's get what they want,(performance) and Manufacturers get what they want (sales)This is exactly what I figured. The PWC HP wars were the same way. I bought 1 BRP RXP, and 1 RXT (2 &3 seat versions) in 2005. They were the latest & greatest bad mofo's on the block for PWC with 215 hp supercharged. 2 years later Kawie upped the hp to 250, the year after that BRP made theirs 255 hp. I think the new Kawie Ulta is 300 f'n hp. Let the HP wars begin.....lol
Don't believe it. I bet It will be under 110 but more than 101 because they don't need that much HP to beat the Maverick. XP900 are 88 HP and only gets beat by about 3 car lengths in 300 ft. Polaris has everyone beat because of their power to weight ratio. They use thinner metal than other manufacturers on just about every part.Dealer told me 115 hp. Guess we'll find out soon..
Not 100% accurate. They could have made it bigger which would add weight but that doesn't mean they made it stronger. However you would certainly hope that because they made it bigger and with more hp they would be willing to make it stronger. The problem is Poolaris will sacrifice strength to keep the weight down. It should still be a nice car tho.With weight comes strength and visa versa