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Any bets on which sled will be the big winner this snow check season?
My money's on the Pro-X line.
 

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none, they will all be flops. why buy a new one when you hardly rode the one you got in the last 2 years. The classics and the trail touring will be the biggest sellers. They always are. If not for Indy 500 polaris would be done for. The entry level and touring models are the manufactors bread and butter.
 

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Originally posted by xcr440
[br]none, they will all be flops. why buy a new one when you hardly rode the one you got in the last 2 years. The classics and the trail touring will be the biggest sellers. They always are. If not for Indy 500 polaris would be done for. The entry level and touring models are the manufactors bread and butter.
Someone's testy today.....[;)]
 

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Originally posted by xcr440
[br]If not for Indy 500 polaris would be done for. The entry level and touring models are the manufactors bread and butter.
Where do you get your facts man??

That sounded a little muffled form where it came from.

I see lots of Polaris's around here....mostly big 6 and 700 XC's, RMK's and SKS's, a few 500 XC's like mine, and I hardly ever see a plain jane Indy 500.

Maybe 5 years ago the Indy 500 was king, but not now with the bigger twins selling so strong, 600 is the top class now buddy.
 

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check the numbers, polaris sells more plain jane sleds than high performance. go ask your dealer what sells. not everyone wants a race sled.
 

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The XC's sell like hotcakes my friend. Polaris doesn't hardly sell a "plain jane" sled anymore. They are mostly all high performance. And yes, the 600 class is the most popular.
 
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