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Looking to get an our first SXS. We have been researching for about a month and I think I have made my decision on the KRX. Originally was thinking I wanted the Polaris XP Pro but reading the reviews and constant praise of the durability of the KRX, durability wins this time.
Coming from fast cars and getting out of it to peruse off-roading should be fun. I am looking forward to it.
Is there a better time to buy KRX to receive discounts or end of model year? Do you guys discuss price here, like what I should expect to pay for a Base model no accessories?
Look forward to finding one, even if I have to wait awhile.
 

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Welcome. Right now there is no “right time to buy” as the pandemic has pushed people to more outdoor activities. Supply and demand is in full affect right now.

With that being said, you can however shop around and find your best deal. I’ve seen base models purchased anywhere from $15k to 20k out the door. YMMV
 

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This dealer in Rockingham, NC is the cheapest ADVERTISED price around here. Sounds crazy to buy a machine on eBay. But you could just call them. I personally know a couple that bought a Teryx 4 from this dealer three months ago. Dealer beat everyone else’s price. This dealer sells a lot of machines.

 

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Welcome. Right now there is no “right time to buy” as the pandemic has pushed people to more outdoor activities. Supply and demand is in full affect right now.

With that being said, you can however shop around and find your best deal. I’ve seen base models purchased anywhere from $15k to 20k out the door. YMMV
Definitely shop around. You can most certainly find them below MSRP. Especially if the dealer has been sittin on inventory for over 30 days. Never hurts to pitch them an offer, that’s how I got mine.
 

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Definitely shop around. You can most certainly find them below MSRP. Especially if the dealer has been sittin on inventory for over 30 days. Never hurts to pitch them an offer, that’s how I got mine.
Absolutely. Never go in and just give them MSRP without making a better offer first.
 

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Absolutely. Never go in and just give them MSRP without making a better offer first.
I had to monitor everything like a hawk, unfortunately that’s the scammy dealership we have here. Website said special at 19,999 spoke with GM and offered 16500 cash OTD. He accepted. When we were doing the paper work, they had the wrong stock number and price and we’re trying to charge me $5k more. You have to really look at every line closely. Even the destination charge, kawi charges $900. Dealer had that marked up to $1500 and an assembly fee. Complete and utter BS what they’ll do to scam you of your money. Go through the paperwork with a “fine tooth comb” and make sure all your “i’s are dotted and t’s are crossed” you’ll be surprised what you find. This is apart from the horrible treatment and customer service which I could literally write a book about. I guess that’s why there are surveys. Just received #14. Lol.
 

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Appreciate the info guys. I have been getting the runaround based on the fact inventory is low and they are selling. May have to wait a few months. It will happen sooner or later.
 
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