I'm in Utah, and the problem is that to sell this thing I would have to put about $2500 out of my own pocket and that would be if I could get some one to buy a machine with 340 miles on it for $500 less than a new one. They are selling for $11,900 for the 2010 models.
$11,900 for a 2010 XTZ... man, who is selling them for that price, I'd like to buy a bunch because that is way lower than Arctic Cat's Dealer price. Last time I looked at the MSRP, it was still $14,499.
Could it be a dealer that is just trying to dump his inventory because he has too much? Even at that, it's still the dealer's pricing and not Arctic Cat's. If you paid $14,000 and could've gotten it for a lessor price, now who's fault is that. When I walk into the Chevy dealer and buy a Duramax Silverado for $15,000 less than someone that bought one a month earlier, is that Chevy's fault, or just that I got a good deal, either through good buying tactics or such.
Hey, I've rarely ever sold an Arctic Cat for MSRP. I'm sorry that you hate your Arctic Cat, yes, I've had problems with them also. But I also realize that these are off-road machines that often get run hard. Things happen, and I'll tell you, I hear alot more people grumbling about their RZRs and Rhinos, major things like dust getting past the air cleaner and seizing the engine, or so under-powered they can't get out of their own way or frames buckling and shock mounts buckling...
Why would you need to put $2500 into your machine to sell it?
Arctic Cat Prowler Desert Race XTZ: ITP BajaCross tires on ITP Beadlocks, Beard Super TZ Seats, Crowe 5pt harnesses, King Off-Road Racing Shocks, Custom Racing Chassis with 7 inch longer wheelbase, +5 Suspension set at 16 Front and 17 inches Rear inches travel, UTVINC did the tube bending
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