I don’t blame you, if I didn’t have warranty I would avoid the dealer as wellYeah doesn’t sound to fun on a new machine. Hopefully dealer can fix everything for you. Mine is out of warranty so I have been trying to find fixes myself to save money and also because all the dealers around me are 2-5 weeks behind schedule on services.
IMO, the 570 is the most bang for the buck. If you are into wheelies, throwing back dirt, running tracks into the deep mountains, then more powerful machines are helpful. From my experiences, so far, with plowing (where a quad is well tested) the 570 is great, and even the 450 would likely do just fine. But the 570 with its v-twin is a step above the 450 and not that much more expensive.I just ordered my Outlander 570 last Friday. They have no idea when it will be in and ready for me to pick it up. As soon as I get it home I will post some pictures before it gets any mud on it. This is my first quad. So I am looking forward to getting it out and having some fun.
180 Miles in on my 2020 Outlander 570 (base). Machine has been bullet proof so far, had the speedometer issue, ended up being a loose cable on the gauge (grey plug). Only suggestion would be stiffer front springs, the terrain in the north east isn't kind. Think lots of loose big rocks and roots. The aluminum skid plate has paid off so far with the soft front springs.
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