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Interesting market position.

I think it's great for farms big and small, and for people who work (rather than play) in the wilderness. But I doubt the "boy toy" crowd will produce much uptake.
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i think polaris may get schooled on this machine,i think it will sell well,i would love to buy one for my dad and for use around are cabin ,defitnally a great work machine imo
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Interesting market position.

I think it's great for farms big and small, and for people who work (rather than play) in the wilderness. But I doubt the "boy toy" crowd will produce much uptake.
I could even see something like this being converted for some sort of rescue unit by a Park Service or State Police when a helicopter is not needed or available.

My son has run in the "Tough Mudder" events here in NH and VT. Something like this vehicle could be put to use at things like that.
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Would make a pretty nice firewood hauler!
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I wonder if tracks will be made like ive seen on the Polaris 6x6 that wraps around both tires looks similar to A snowmobile track.
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i think polaris may get schooled on this machine,i think it will sell well,i would love to buy one for my dad and for use around are cabin ,defitnally a great work machine imo
If they price this thing in the $17k-$18k range i dont think it will hurt popo too much, as you can pick up a new leftover 800 6x6 big boss for around $8k.

Dont get me wrong, I'm pretty damn sure this thing would run circles around the big boss...but I think your "average joe farmer" would choose the cost savings.
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Neat "work" rig for sure ... first I'd seen of it. BRP also makes that beautiful log crane in the first vid ... they make a lot of stuff we never see out on the trails here ... a completely different market for sure. heh heh, they're definitely not trying to compete with the tractor market with this thing or sell most of us one but it does have a market yep.
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So is there an on sale date for this or is it for a different market outside the US?
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A week ago I showed the local dealer a photo of it and he didn't even know about it.
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I read somewhere that starting $$ was $25,000
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