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Please contact by PM if interested. No crashes and no serious damage. The only damage is minor scratches from family use due to children causing minor scratches and nicks to the rear interior (seat belt release causing scratches to roll cage, etc...). Normal minor scratches due to road driving. Never mud bogged, never flipped, never jumped, never abused, etc...

Also some rub wear from foot at passenger door threshold.
$19,500.00
The aluminum roof is included at this price.

I am selling it for a few reasons. It is time to build onto my house and I need this payment gone so the bank will give us a loan.

Also, I don't like it. I like the suspension and I like the way the twin sounds, but I do not like the AWD. It has no four wheel engine braking. This is unacceptable to me for an offroad machine.
I also do not like the way the Polaris engineers designed it to give itself a little throttle to prevent the primary from releasing the belt at low speeds. I would much rather have a wet clutch system like the Yamaha and Arctic Cat utility machines with nice smooth engine braking down to a crawl.
Polaris could have done a better job dialing in the lower RPM. The turbo RZRs stumble at low RPM/light throttle. They run excellent above these RPM, but poor when giving just a light bit of throttle when going down a mountain road.

I'm losing a lot of money here, but I'm willing to let it go for the loss because I am unhappy with it and I need to add onto our home.
I am also very unhappy with what Polaris did to the customers of the 2016 and 2017 by releasing the 2018 unit with the Walker Evans shocks and dropping the price by $5,000.00 less than the MSRP of this 2017 unit. Now I have to take a $5,000 loss, on top of the loss I was already taking, just to sell it.

Send me a PM if interested. I'm not much of a salesman, because I will be honest with you. If you like Polaris here is you a great deal.
$19,500
 

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Still Available, $19,000. Located in southeastern Kentucky

for pictures go to the Mid Atlantic RZR classifieds page.
 

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Okay, I'll hit somewhere in the middle of the offers I have received and my last price.

17,999

This isn't a Walker Evans equipped model without a roof, it is a FOX equipped model with a roof. Several people have low balled me with low offers comparing this unit to a new 2018 Walker Evans edition. You can get a new Walker Evans edition for 19,000, but it doesn't have a roof and it doesn't have the beefier FOX shocks. Also, the 2018 units have taller gearing, so if you rock crawl, trail ride or plan on riding in mud the 2017 will serve you better.

You will get 6 months of warranty with a new 2018 Walker Evans edition, but you most likely won't use it.

We have been riding it lately, so selling it is going to be tough for us, but we need to build onto our house more than we need the RZR.
 

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Still have it. Nobody who has shown interest has came to see it. I'm sure if someone did they would want to buy it. It is in excellent condition. Does anyone want to make me a fair offer? I really need to sell it. If so, send a PM.
 

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Sorry to say, but this is going to be a difficult sale with Abernathy's selling new 2018 XPT 4's for $18,500. And yes, I realize yours has Fox shocks. But I'm not too sure the pre-owned market will care that much. I have the same RZR as yours, and have come to the realization that I am keeping it for a long time, or will take a HUGE hit if I decide to sell or upgrade. This is just a crappy time to have to sell a newer used RZR.
 
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