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I am in the market for a new RZR. I am liking the 15 RZR S 900 EPS looks to fit my needs very well, and I see a few with them already. I love how EZ it is to check oil, replace filters, add and engine oil. Extra room in cab and rear is also very nice. Besides wanting your input on this model I have a couple of other questions.

1. Is Power Steering proven to be worth the extra money and trouble free? I have never felt the need for PS but would be nice.
2. Is 10 to 12% a good discount off MSRP for a new RZR S 900 EPS?
3. Any problem areas I should know about?

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I am in the market for a new RZR. I am liking the 15 RZR S 900 EPS looks to fit my needs very well, and I see a few with them already. I love how EZ it is to check oil, replace filters, add and engine oil. Extra room in cab and rear is also very nice. Besides wanting your input on this model I have a couple of other questions.

1. Is Power Steering proven to be worth the extra money and trouble free? I have never felt the need for PS but would be nice.
2. Is 10 to 12% a good discount off MSRP for a new RZR S 900 EPS?
3. Any problem areas I should know about?

Thanks,
Scott
I do not have experience with the RZR line up, but confident you would like the EPS when trail riding for a day, great addition to my Ranger and really like it when in tight spots. I see no reason why the 900 would not be a great fit as it is proven, well tested unit and there are many satisfied individuals out there with them currently. Best of luck.
 

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I have read at least 1000 posts on the RZR Forum about having power steering and in every instant save one, the opinion was they will never go back to a machine without power steering. Don't have it myself but it's at the top of wish list.

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I am in the market for a new RZR. I am liking the 15 RZR S 900 EPS looks to fit my needs very well, and I see a few with them already. I love how EZ it is to check oil, replace filters, add and engine oil. Extra room in cab and rear is also very nice. Besides wanting your input on this model I have a couple of other questions.

1. Is Power Steering proven to be worth the extra money and trouble free? Oh, hell YES! I have never felt the need for PS but would be nice.
2. Is 10 to 12% a good discount off MSRP for a new RZR S 900 EPS? Looks like 10% is about the norm, if you can get 15% throw 'em your wallet!
3. Any problem areas I should know about? Haven't read about any particular weak areas.

Thanks,
Scott
Really liking what I've read about them - Looks like it would be a fine machine!
 

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Really liking what I've read about them - Looks like it would be a fine machine!
Thanks for the thoughts, I guess Power Steering it is. I to have read nothing but good about the new designs. The EZ acess to filters, dipstick, extra room , sliding driver seat and the new rear suspension set up look very nice, I was not fond of the old 900 trailing arm set up as I was afraid of backing into something and bending or breaking something.
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It is a great machine and an whole different level level of fun compared to my 800 rzr. I opted to save alittle money and went with the white lightning non EPS unit. I knew the aftermarket would make the power steering and I have since installed the EZ-Steer kit on mine.
 
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