Not sure about that. X3 is rare in Moab, almost non-existant in the Panguitch area and do not see any in the Elbow Canyon area of St George.Not withstanding the Colorado side by side Mecca, you might be surprised to know that in California, Utah, and Arizona where I ride, it used to be as you describe, but now, the X3’s have taken a serious segment of the performance vehicles from Polaris. And by Momentum, I mean Innovation, advancing the sport! Since the Rzr 800, then the Xp 900 and xp4 900, all groundbreaking...Can Am has been the one pushing things. First 1000cc, then the first turbo...huge leap, then the 17 xrs with 26” of travel, 72” wide and somehow lowering the overall height by over a foot....massive leap. Polaris still hasn’t even really matched it yet overall. Can Am is starting to run away with the HP now. I’m saying it’s time for Polaris to give us the next big thing!
I think of X3s like Glocks. They seem popular on social media but in reality are nowhere near the most purchased or owned unit.