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Hello, looking at getting a Pioneer 700 for my 1st UTV to help out around a couple acres that we got last year then the occasional run to the lake with it that is .5 mile away.

Are there any years that should stay away from, miles/hours etc to look for? Going for a used unit due to funds.
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All years are good and no real common issues. Just look for the normal stuff like axle boots, motor noises.

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ended up with a 2018 700-2 from the dealer never titled with 20 miles and a roof, anything that should put on the list to get for her besides arm guards and a cover?
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That can get to be a long list.. lol. I use mine quite often at night so lights (front, side and rear) get used a lot (led lightbars). The radio is always on when working around the place to just break up the noise. The winch gets used a lot in the winter with the plow and quite a bit in the summer moving trailers and stuff around when mowing.

I've also upgraded tires and wheels, I have a bigred so it has a lift for extra clearance, heater, cab enclosure for the winter with wiper, 3/4 windshield in the summer, horn (chasing cattle and to be street legal here), gun rack and on and on.

I have holders for general tools that stay in the machine and boxes built to slide in the box for special jobs. The sprayer of course is in and out quite a bit.

The longer you own it the more "custom" it will become for your needs and wants.

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