You will be satisfied. I have climbed two very steep hills recently both at approximately 6500ft and as steep as you can go with out flipping over/getting a run at them. The first one was with 4 adults (2 males/2 females). The pioneer climbed the hill but had the foot to the floor and she chewed away at the hill at a walking pace (note it was also a very hot day.....thinner air. The second hill was just myself and the P4. I didn't need full throttle...maybe 1/2-3/4 throttle. I wan't to test the "Power Issue" everyone is talking about so I floored it mid hill and the machine accelerated....was a steady acceleration. It seemed responsive. Things to note 1) I only have 400km on it so I'm thinking it is still braking in.....power may still improve. 2) I live at 3000ft above sea level and have sufficient power. With that being said a Low Gear would be great.....don't get me wrong, but the power is sufficient for what I do. I'm hoping to toss a 1000lbs bull elk in the back and when I stop smiling enough to do some typing i'll update this forum with the P4's performance then!
When I'm at home I'm the Dad. When I'm in my Pioneer I'm the Kid!