Now a 2020 Northstar!
Agreed. When you put it in park on a slope, the machine will roll into its park position. It can make it very hard to get out of park... like in breaking things (I have not).Funny, but doesn't help with binding up the drive train,unless u can toss it under the Wheel from the cab before you put it in Park. Seriously though a machine that weighs a rolling ton should have a separate park brake Without fail.
If it had a separate parking brake (like ANY vehicle with a transmission), I could set the brake first, to hold the machine, so when I put the trans in park, I would not have bind.
Its really pretty clueless on Polaris' part.