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Old July 19th, 2010, 05:41 PM
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

I think they are on the market...thought I saw a dealer selling one somewhere on the web not long ago? All the Specs are on the CFMoto website. Call it a Z6 or something like that IIRC. I'll stick to Polaris for now

Here is a vid about it...haven't watched it
Edit..nevermind video was worthless..nothing but what appear to be a couple of potheads(no offense to potheads lol) shooting the breeze.

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Old July 27th, 2010, 01:05 PM
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

my uncle owns a cf dealer, and if you plan on modding and doing all custom fab suspension anyways why not save yourself 5-10k. I mean this thing goes for 5-6k out the door compared to 10 & 14. Either that or if you got a friend that always wants to drive your shit cuz they can't afford a rzr send em this way. Or if you don't want your kids fucking up your rzr buy this for em. Ive seen em, they look just as quality as a rzr. Definatly lackin in motor with a single 650, but that can be fixed. Overall there a decent machine my unk has yet to have any major issues with any of the cf motos he sells. He also says they are the best of the chinese bikes. Overall an inexpensive way to get into a utv without having to settle for a used rhino 450-600 beater and they are imo still more fun than any rhino/teryx/ac. lol. If they were out when I got my S I probably would have went this way and then dropped $$ into motor & suspension.
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Old July 17th, 2011, 02:04 PM
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

zero801 you can get one under 6k.if so let me know.binbo82@hotmail.com
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

I drove one for the heck of it before greeting an rzr. Seemed ok. Couldn't consider it because they are over 50 inches wide.
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

A friend of a friend has a z6. Looked like an alright machine, never rode with him but they all said it was alright. One owns a 2012 800 s LE and he said it was a half decent machine. I wouldn't buy one but overall it looked alright.
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

Let's not compare quality Japanese products like Honda and Yamaha to those made in China, because both countries are "asian"

The Chinese manufacturing practises are pretty close to the bottom of the barrel and they have a LONG way to go before they are even second world or developing nation status IMO. They were still using leaded paint on kid's toys a few years ago for chrissakes..

Look at a company like Hyundai/Kia. They have improved over what they were in the early 90s, but they advertise things like, "more leg room than a 5 series BMW" or "more HP than a Toyota Camry". That however, does not make a Hyundai, even their top of the line model, anywhere near the quality of a five series or a Toyota.

We all know that Polaris and most, if not all other, SxS manufacturers have plenty of room for improvement. Even with their issues, a $4,000 Chinese POS they are not. A friend of mine bought a generic/no name China SxS (500cc) just for riding his two kids around on some trails and it was ok for that, but thats about all it was good for. Just complete junk, so he sold it.
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

CFMoto has come around now I'll say 2012 and newer, since they have better tires and Elka shocks. I was going to get one but the dealer around here was dragging his feet and I'm glad I got my 570 LE instead.

I finally got to try one after I got my 570 and its night and day SOOO glad I got the rzr, first off it's loud, feels bigger even thought its only 2 inches wider, slower off the line and hot in the cab since the breather sits between the riders. Also the rzr steers easier but that's just because I've got power steering.

Over all the CFmoto Z6 isn't a bad machine it's just not a rzr and never will be. I can do circles around the CFMoto in every aspect.
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Alright, Heres an unbiased opinion. Im on this site only because my wife has a 570 and I have to take care of it. And I like to know about things we paid a ridiculous amount of money for. I have run her 570 many miles and I hate it. It steers for crap, even with the new springs, and 26 inch tires, and the suspension tuned. It does ok for speed, and its nimble enough, but you cant goose it and slide the rear around, at all, unless your in the mud. It has a roof and 5 points, that plus the tires and wheels gets the total over 12k.

I drove the CF Moto 600 at an event where the dealer had some around in Renovo, Pa. It was a 2013. It came with bumpers, the dealer installed different wheels to be sure it could make the PA width issues on trails, no charge, it had front and rear bumpers, a great instrument cluster, better seats, 5 pojnt belts and by god, when you turned the wheel it turned! It was really neat. Polaris should see that. I liked it a lot. It was loud though. inside and out it needs some tweaking yet. So does the 570 though. The CF rode better, handled better and was more impressive looking out of the box.

When we bought the 570 I felt like we bought a toy. This felt like a machine. Im very curious about longevity on it. I like underdogs, I own 3 Kymcos, and with a combined 5200 miles on them we haven't had a single problem. . Im hoping the CF Moto is similar. I don't like a side by side. No body English, you cant ride it. You only steer it that's not for me, but that being said, if I had to run one, if trikes and quads were outlawed, Id buy the CF Moto. At 600 miles on the 570 we had to buy new springs, A arm parts, ball joints, and have gone through 1 starter and 2 solenoids. Now that's driven on Pa DCNR trails. Groomed trails. maybe 75 miles on real woods trails. I dont see how great Polaris is. But I don't see how great Can Am is either, or Yamaha, or Kawasaki. So there's an honest opinion from a guy who really doesn't care about side by sides. Gimme a three wheeler man, I hope I can stay on them till I die!
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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

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Alright, Heres an unbiased opinion. Im on this site only because my wife has a 570 and I have to take care of it. And I like to know about things we paid a ridiculous amount of money for. I have run her 570 many miles and I hate it. It steers for crap, even with the new springs, and 26 inch tires, and the suspension tuned. It does ok for speed, and its nimble enough, but you cant goose it and slide the rear around, at all, unless your in the mud. It has a roof and 5 points, that plus the tires and wheels gets the total over 12k.

I drove the CF Moto 600 at an event where the dealer had some around in Renovo, Pa. It was a 2013. It came with bumpers, the dealer installed different wheels to be sure it could make the PA width issues on trails, no charge, it had front and rear bumpers, a great instrument cluster, better seats, 5 pojnt belts and by god, when you turned the wheel it turned! It was really neat. Polaris should see that. I liked it a lot. It was loud though. inside and out it needs some tweaking yet. So does the 570 though. The CF rode better, handled better and was more impressive looking out of the box.

When we bought the 570 I felt like we bought a toy. This felt like a machine. Im very curious about longevity on it. I like underdogs, I own 3 Kymcos, and with a combined 5200 miles on them we haven't had a single problem. . Im hoping the CF Moto is similar. I don't like a side by side. No body English, you cant ride it. You only steer it that's not for me, but that being said, if I had to run one, if trikes and quads were outlawed, Id buy the CF Moto. At 600 miles on the 570 we had to buy new springs, A arm parts, ball joints, and have gone through 1 starter and 2 solenoids. Now that's driven on Pa DCNR trails. Groomed trails. maybe 75 miles on real woods trails. I dont see how great Polaris is. But I don't see how great Can Am is either, or Yamaha, or Kawasaki. So there's an honest opinion from a guy who really doesn't care about side by sides. Gimme a three wheeler man, I hope I can stay on them till I die!
Hi - Irish3wheeler! Thank you for your review. It's been a few years now and I have had more exposure to these units as they are starting to pop up in our local club. I think they have come a long way since then. The people that ride them don't seem to complain about them, so that's a positive. I've had similar discussions with a guy who was in the middle trying to reason through buying a RZR or the CFMOTO version. He was talking about some of the same things such as the accessories that are included.

I'm not sure about the RZR 570 (as mine is an 800), but it sounds as though you need to mod that thing a little bit more.

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Re: CFMOTO Terracross 600 vs. RZR

Yes I know a couple guys who have them and biggest thing is any accessories you want or need have to be universal fit or make your own ex: lift, rear window, doors. Hopefully that will change with there popularity.

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