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New to this site but not new to off road machines. I am waiting for the January 26th new model release to decide what machine I will buy. I am set on a KRX for sure as they are perfect for the type of off roading adventures I have planned in the near future. After many months of research on my behalf and many years experience in the mechanical field I am not even interested in any other machine. The KRX has so many features that I like let alone the robust build quality of the machine.
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum. The KRX was made for Utah riding. In my opinion, it is already the king of Moab. (I may be slightly biased, but I really do believe that)
 

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Whereabouts in Utah? I'm in Syracuse and do most of my riding in the Bear Lake/Monte Cristo area, but looking to expand on that this year (not Moab however, too many peeps).
 

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Thank you for the welcome gentlemen. I live in Saratoga Springs. I am very familiar with the western desert regions of my location as I have spent a lot of time out there.
I used to desert race motorcycles, quads, and buggies in the desert in my home state and some surrounding states. I am a retired mechanic and I have worked on many different types of equipment and vehicles including off road machines both racing and play machines. I have spent a lot of time doing engine work rebuilding and modifying many kinds and types. Come the 26th I will be the owner of a Kawasaki SXS I just don't know what I will choose until the new models are revealed. I have not even been interested in a SXS until I saw the KRX for the first time and it was then that I was interested. I used to have a Chenowth buggy which was a ton of fun back in the day. I have a new Toy Hauler to haul my new machine around and a new truck to pull it all. I am looking forward to travel around to different areas and enjoy and experience different trails and deserts and mountain trails. Robbie Gordons machine is going to be epic indeed but I have done my a$$ hauling racing and I am going to slow down and enjoy the scenery a bit.
 

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Thank you for the welcome gentlemen. I live in Saratoga Springs. I am very familiar with the western desert regions of my location as I have spent a lot of time out there.
I used to desert race motorcycles, quads, and buggies in the desert in my home state and some surrounding states. I am a retired mechanic and I have worked on many different types of equipment and vehicles including off road machines both racing and play machines. I have spent a lot of time doing engine work rebuilding and modifying many kinds and types. Come the 26th I will be the owner of a Kawasaki SXS I just don't know what I will choose until the new models are revealed. I have not even been interested in a SXS until I saw the KRX for the first time and it was then that I was interested. I used to have a Chenowth buggy which was a ton of fun back in the day. I have a new Toy Hauler to haul my new machine around and a new truck to pull it all. I am looking forward to travel around to different areas and enjoy and experience different trails and deserts and mountain trails. Robbie Gordons machine is going to be epic indeed but I have done my a$$ hauling racing and I am going to slow down and enjoy the scenery a bit.
welcome.. see you've done your homework... good choice! most of us here had to learn the hard way on other brands first. Expecting to not be working on it may not be too realistic because most end up tinkering on all of them no mater the brand. I'm ok with adding and mounting new accessories or adding some insulation to the interior for creature comforts but what gets discouraging is the have to re-engineer or get aftermarket major components right away or brackets and braces not to mention electrical failures check engine lights, throwing belts, primary flying off.. catching fire! ..all that the other brands know about but Deny deny deny and keep building the same thing and selling it! Kawasaki is a different company in that regard. Their warranty, customer service, reliability and durability is outstanding! Maybe that why its 2020 UTV of the Year!
 

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Thank you, I always try to check things out before I buy them most certainly something as expensive as a SXS. The KRX is a no brainer for me for so many reasons. I am looking forward to getting a new machine.
 
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