Krx has awesome room for us larger build guys. It is almost a cross between a x3 and a rzr. The x3 you sit low and back but you can strengthen your legs out. The rzr my knee hit the door even when I had the pro armor doors. I did just order the prp seats for a little more reclining action but for the price of the krx you can get a lot of other things winch roof the normal stuff. The krx is not a speed demon but 90 percent of people on trails that have turbos drive them like their in a mule. They will do 50-60 easy I got to 77 and was like that was good for me. My brother has a x3 that is 400hp and that goes 110 in the dunes but it is also 150k. Any machine you choose will have its plus and minuses but if you don’t have one now any machine is better than what you have. I have had a lot of them over the years and the krx is the first one I did not put 10k in to after the first ride. All the other ones have structural problems that the aftermarket has fixes for that are sold all over different brands but same parts. Just line up the krx up next to a other machine and see how much bigger the parts are axles,arms,bolts frame.as far as power and speed goes any one that has ridden with me has gotten blisters from holding the lap bar. The machine is vary capable but in the dunes it would be ok on hill climbs but the chop and whoops it would do just as good as the others. All of the machines are build to out drive most of our abilities.