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I have had 4 of the major brands.. I had good and bad in all. The best piece of advice I can give you is figure out what you think you will be using the machine for. Figure out what options you want and then find a model the fits those Needs. Once you do that Go up in motor size and add a few options. You will regret not going full bore if you settle for what will work. Power steering seems like a joke until you hit a stump and break your wrist. full independent suspension seems like luxury till you take a long rough trail Beat your body to the bone and are dreading the ride home. Having high horsepower seems like something for the kids until you get in a quagmire and the machine can't even turn a tire and your stuck. I currently own a Polaris. A machine I love. However Polaris warranty is the biggest joke I've ever dealt with. Weakest axles on the market. My Hondas ran forever and could not kill them. However the were the slowest hardest riding machines I ever been on. Kawasaki good machine but took the front d ifferential out. Warranty covered every penny of the 2300 dollar fix. No questions asked. Arctic cat. Well. Ok. Some machines i had no good experience with. My point is brand bias aside. Go bigger and better than you think you need . You will loose money upgrading if you decide you want more. Do it right first time. my next wheeler will likely be another brute force Kawasaki. My side by side. Never get rid of my polaris rzr s
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