Losing my patience with PolarisJust got back from the show- no pro r model!
I was told something will be released shortly towards the end of the year. No other info. They had a general Troy Lee designs there….
The dealers barely had any units. Things were priced on the best side 1k under MSRP for 21 models left and Temecula Motorsports had 22k Honda talons with 4K markups selling at 29,500, lol….
good show otherwise. Tons of ppl no covid bs and only a few idiots with masks
see their website for current pricing. $35-$37k but for a car that you spit in line is a few years away!What is speed pricing the cars at?
Where are you getting your info? Their most expensive car, post- price increase is 41999, and not everyone wants a 4 seater. I got in on an El Diablo le with $1 speed key for $31.5kPricing will be going up once they get through the deposit holder. If they get the car to production it will be well north of $40K.
Did you read the part where I said once they get through the deposit holders?
You must of been looking at the custom built race chassis that was tig welded. For 125K he will build you one.The Speed car is more Baja oriented than dune. Most all of the design elements are that of a Trophy Truck. Huge center mount front A arms, enormous trailing arms., it is designed to run over shit at high speed. They're going to be big bucks because everything is hand fabricated. The chassis is a thing of beauty, but the manpower to build it will be it's down fall unless Robby invests big time in robotic welding. It looks like a brick shit house underneath, but time is money. You can't build in mass with this quality of welds, tube cutting, etc. Can Am and Polaris aren't pumping out thousands of rides a year because of their artisan welding staff. No RZR or X3 is being built with stacked dimes. You certainly get what you pay for, but there's also an element of over engineering. It weights a couple thousand pounds....it doesn't need the same durability/construction as a 3 ton TT. To those waiting, I genuinely hope you you find it worth the wait. Meanwhile, I'll be ripping my big turbo build this season in my trusty 2016 RZR!