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Can-ams new 100hp UTV what do you think

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Here's my own thought if the can-am comes out on top. polaris may let them have the glory for a little bit and then show'em they can build a better handeling & faster RZR than the current RZR & takeout the new can-am. Polaris has been leading the UTV market too long to let another company get ahead.

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I can't see spending the money for a new quad or utv. I only gave 13,000.00 out the door for my preowned 06 Dakota quad cab 4x4. The BF750i in camo aftermarket wheels & tires eps is 15,000 at our local Kawa dealer. I gave 1,600.00 for my prairie 650 it has more power than I can use it's not as pretty as a new one but it's paid for. I don't mind using my quad to make a new path if I had 1 of them new shiney 1's I wouldn't want to beat it up they cost to much. I get a chance to see if my old prairie can hang with a newer Grizz 700 tomarrow.

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I can't see spending the money for a new quad or utv. I only gave 13,000.00 out the door for my preowned 06 Dakota quad cab 4x4. The BF750i in camo aftermarket wheels & tires eps is 15,000 at our local Kawa dealer. I gave 1,600.00 for my prairie 650 it has more power than I can use it's not as pretty as a new one but it's paid for. I don't mind using my quad to make a new path if I had 1 of them new shiney 1's I wouldn't want to beat it up they cost to much. I get a chance to see if my old prairie can hang with a newer Grizz 700 tomarrow.

My 01 Trailblazer is pretty hammered out, but I could still be pretty creative with my riding style and make that old beast a lot of fun to ride, or do I mean a lot of fun to fly. :yes:

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They can put as much hp under the hood as they like but with the new SXSs pushing 64" they can keep them. They will not fit on the trails I ride.

I have a commander and am slowly getting used to it. The rotax is a solid motor and alot of fun to drive. As far as babying it, the commander was smashing through the trails the first day we got it home.

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I like it that there is compition It keeps a company on their toes to build a better product. But to push the horse power so high is useless if you have no place to use it. On the trails I ride 36mph is about the fastest you can run before getting hard on the brakes. Just like on a MX track you only have so much room. I know some people have a place to use all that power and can enjoy it. I rather see the eps, better suspension, and cup holders lol over horse power. Now I don't want a wimpy motor either. I think it was a Kauzuma 110 my daughters e-ton 90 was alot faster.

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