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Hello, I am in the process of buying my first ATV a 2020 or 21 450 outlander MAX. I am asking for advice on dealer prices. I only contacted one dealer so far and they quoted me MSRP and destination 597.63 prep 488.50 titling 172.98 and 703.32 in tax. I’ve done some research and found that the prep fee is garbage. Furthermore I’ve found that some people paying way below msrp or only a couple hundred. Thoughts?
 

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Hello, I am in the process of buying my first ATV a 2020 or 21 450 outlander MAX. I am asking for advice on dealer prices. I only contacted one dealer so far and they quoted me MSRP and destination 597.63 prep 488.50 titling 172.98 and 703.32 in tax. I’ve done some research and found that the prep fee is garbage. Furthermore I’ve found that some people paying way below msrp or only a couple hundred. Thoughts?
I picked up a 2020 xt-p max 1000 from the deal for $500 below retail and they waived the freight/pdi/doc fees
($1049). Plus they gave me a killer deal on accessories.

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Hello, I am in the process of buying my first ATV a 2020 or 21 450 outlander MAX. I am asking for advice on dealer prices. I only contacted one dealer so far and they quoted me MSRP and destination 597.63 prep 488.50 titling 172.98 and 703.32 in tax. I’ve done some research and found that the prep fee is garbage. Furthermore I’ve found that some people paying way below msrp or only a couple hundred. Thoughts?
For the pricing i would buy a bigger machine IMO, not gonna be much difference except you will have more power and will not regret spending a little extra. Rather that wishing you did buy the bigger ride. Buy at least a 650 just my 002. Ya prep fee is garbage shop around.
 
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