paid for waiting for arrival
I heard that Brian from LTI (which is a member of this Forum, and already has an XT ) let TSS use his for a couple of days for some seat designs...
I looked at the 2011 rzr and rhino.the dealer said he will see the rzr 3 times as much as the rhino in the shop.after replacing 2 boots, both front rotors, one axle, a front diferential, needing a new real caliper and ruffing up the front bushings on my rzr. Im gunna wait to see how durable the new machine is before buying it.
The only problem with that is they probably sale 3 RZR's for every 1 rhino. So of course they will see more RZR's. I wish they had a JD Power survey like they have with auto's. Then we could see problems per 1000 units sold. Then we could have some better numbers to see the real reliability/durability of these machines.I looked at the 2011 rzr and rhino.the dealer said he will see the rzr 3 times as much as the rhino in the shop.after replacing 2 boots, both front rotors, one axle, a front diferential, needing a new real caliper and ruffing up the front bushings on my rzr. Im gunna wait to see how durable the new machine is before buying it.
You bet Cam-Am will have some issues too, but I think all of us buying the first ones know this and are willing to take that chance... Sometimes it cost to be the first buyers, but other times it does not... thats the chance after doing my home work I am willing to take...Brand new 2010 Rzrs are still having tranny problems. Polaris had a 5/2010 build date fix to correct it. Seems that each Rzr model yr had at least one issue. We'll see how the 2011 holds up. Can-Am will have issues too.
IMO I would take a guess that this machine have been out for 2 or 3 years being a demo and test driven, to many peeps have seen something (not sure what it was) over the last couple of years...up north & in the desert..... BarbaraAlso, low production runs of first generation products rarely turn out well. We'll see.
Not sure what you are getting at or I'm not understanding what you are saying.....and by the way welcome to the forum.....Barbaraalright so i read some things on here i dont agree on.. all the can-am products are made in my dads factory excpet the ds 450 and spyder..
They have shipped out some commanders but the first ones was for touring around the world to let people know how they run.. next they released a handful of them to some of the best dealers of can-am in north america.. in a coupole weeks maybe days they will be out on the market to be bought and to ride them... no private owner who has no work affairs with BRP should have one at all.
thats true with a totally new product but the rotax is a proven engine and to make it a 1000 all they had to do is put bigger cylinders on the 800. their drive trains proven not many viscos ever failing... whats totally new the frame and plastic ... a steering wheel bucket seats, roll bar. you basically have a proven product ... correct me if I am wrong but for the most part isn't a commander basically a proven outty in a new frame and plastic??