That would mean more idiot sticker's everywhere.(i pealed all mine off)Generally more safety crap I'm guessing...like not starting till the seat belt is buckled...or if you exceed 35 mph it shuts off for 'your' safety...or you need to blow the breathalyzer before it starts...safety stuff like that...that makes ridding safe.
Or you can wait till late 2016 and see what the new designed 2017 Rangers will have and look like or get a good deal on a 2016.Hmm, at this point I might as well wait and see what comes out before I buy. Either I'd get a 2016 with all the new stuff, or the 2015s should get a price cut to offload them and make room for the 2016s.
What I'm saying is Polaris has been on a four year rotation, if this holds true, the 2017 model introduced in 2016, will be an all new Ranger.Hah, 1.5 months is a lot shorter than 1 year and 1.5 months. Unless you're telling me there are no price drops on 2015s in 1.5 months to make room for 2016s.
I wouldn't wait a year for a 1000 Ranger. The 900s are awesome, and a 1000 would be so detuned as to not make a reasonable difference. Now three years into the 1000 you may see some performance.
No one new anything about the 2013 900 XP when it was introduced, I do not hear many complaints about it.i would buy a 16 before you wait all the time for a 17 that noone knows anything about.....
Yeah, great advice, hes wanting to buy a new one now not in 2 years.No one new anything about the 2013 900 XP when it was introduced, I do not hear many complaints about it.