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Price this "S" Model

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I found one of the few 2010 models within a 200 mile radius of my house. I am not sure who manufactured the doors or the free runner bumper. It will come with the stock S wheels instead of the sand tires. What is a fair price for this zero mile 2010??

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I think they are a little high on price then. I offered $13,500 and they wont come down from $13999 plus tax. I am really looking for a Pearl White S from a dealer but this might not be the one.
does anyone know who the doors are from?
I got a pretty good deal on mine at $12,800. Add what you think the bumper and the doors are worth and you should be able to come up with something.
Thats a Polaris Brand front pre runner bumper, sells for just over $200 retail
I had a set of those doors , there ITI go to sidebysidespors.com $649.00

Thank You for the help.
Well I think I just bought it. I spoke with another dealership that quoted $12800 for a '10 S so I offered $12800 for the RZR and $700 for the doors and bumper. I really want the white model and will go with a 2011 CF Black if this falls through. I am working on other accessories now. Hoping to have it delivered tomorrow.
I asked them to take the doors and bumper off and was told I would have to pay for the labor??? I feel like I got a good deal on the unit and a decent deal on the accessories. The paddles are staying at the dealership and it will come with cast aluminum wheels with the Bighorns. They are going to deliver it for $13700 out the door.
When the White came out it was immediately my choice. I had a deal on a 2010 Stealth Black 50" LE, which was my second choice but they sold it out from under me but still call daily trying to sell me the used '09. I wish I could have found one before the snow season. It is supposed to snow tomorrow so it might sit in the garage for 6 months before its maiden voyage.
How did you get out of taxes? They didn't charge any as they are delivering it, but I was under the impression that I had to pay Wyoming (6%) tax when I get the title just like when you buy a car. Saving on the tax would be awesome.
I know for a while that ATV's were not classified in the same category as motorcycles so you could get out of paying tax if you bought it out of state. I also got a loan through the dealer but I am planning on driving it to work in the summer so I think I am stuck with the tax. Nothing like paying $800 for nothing.
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