^This is a very good point. One would think that the next model would be geared more to the performance/play side.Hey, at least with that, the engine noise, etc, wont be directly behind you, lol.
But pretty cool, no that we got a crew model out of the way, everyone is gonna be real excited this time next year to see what is next!!!
Dont bank on a sport one... I am just not sure, they will venture there. They have the technology to build one quite easily, but I dont think they want the lawsuits and it would have to be big to dethrone the rzr 1000.Holy **** that thing is big. What siz of trailer do you need to buy to haul that thing? Very glad that they are hitting up the working class people that need something reliable etc first. It's a good market to target. I am sure they will blow us away next year with a release of a sport model.
I am completely happy with my Viking.
You hit the nail on the head. Even if Yamaha brought out a sport SxS it wouldn't even scratch the surface of the rzr or can am but with a 6 seater crew that are mostly bought by companies it will seperate them from the rest. Haul more people and do it comfortably and reliably! Perfect match in my opinion. Now I think the viking will get a v twin in the near future to get original viking owners to upgrade.I am glad to see it. Polaris is entrenched with the construction companies even though they know reliability and quality are a problem. This will give them a great new option.