I don't work for the state I was just delivering some parts to one of the state parks. I'm not sure how many of the parks have sxs's but at this park the camp ground host and the maintenance crew uses one.Do you work for Georgia state or something? What is Georgia doing with the Ranger?
Glad to hear you still like your Pioneer after spending some time with a rival. Makes me feel like I/you made the right decision.
Trade it already.That's funny...I drove a Ranger 570 a few days ago and thought it much quieter, better riding and lighter steering.
I expected it to have more power, but the rest really surprised me.
Well....while you were waiting for your Pioneer, i was out driving mine. Right up until it couldn't pull itself.Trade it already.
That being said, I don't doubt a NEW Polaris could be nice, quiet, etc. Its what its like after you've owned it a year that concerns me. I've never been a fan of Polaris, I've seen and heard too much troubles from them in general.
As for Sxs's specifically. While I was waiting for my Pioneer to come in, I stood in the driveway and watched a newer Rzr pass the house, and wait at the highway to cross. When it took off, it popped, sputtered, and missed like it was an Old JD. Who cares if it goes 65+ when its NEW, I'll still be hauling crap in my slow, underpowered, can't spin its own tires Honda when others are on their 3rd Polaris.
I'm not stressed, and i'm not the one getting my panties in a wad because someone posted a view that bruised my ego. It was a simple observation posted on my phone until i could get home and expand on it.DG I am starting to get worried about you? I know your a glass is 1/2 empty type guy but you do realize that stress kills! Stress also rubs off onto the people around you! The Pioneer should be a stress reliever, I know it is for me.
If you think owning a Honda is stressful you might not want to consider buying a Polaris. Every Polaris I ever owned had things break that should never break and that can get frustrating fast...
I didn't mean you Dick.I am not getting my panties in a wad! I was just concerned you go on every site and post the same complaints sure seemed like you were getting stressed.
Maybe you need to see a doctor not a mechanic, you might have a chemical imbalance and need to be medicated!
Thank you. I will...if nothing comes of my trip to the dealer.There's no need to insult, just trade the damned thing.
Exactly...nor is it necessary to make a disparaging remark towards me because my opinion differs FROM YOURS. Thank you for supporting me.It's not necessary to call names or belittle others just because their opinion differs.
I am new here and trying to learn what I can. Are you saying that the wheels won't spin or that it has no traction? I also saw mention of an issue at high elevation, but that should not be the case with fuel injection.Well....while you were waiting for your Pioneer, i was out driving mine. Right up until it couldn't pull itself.
You can get butt hurt if you like, but the notion of building an off-road machine incapable of going "off road" is beyond stupid and something you will never hear about them, so no...you may not be hauling anything unless you are on flat ground or pulling it with another machine.
Here ya go Dirtslinger: http://www.hondapioneerforum.com/fo...-asking-about-high-elevation-performance.htmlI am new here and trying to learn what I can. Are you saying that the wheels won't spin or that it has no traction? I also saw mention of an issue at high elevation, but that should not be the case with fuel injection.
Thunderstix linked you up ( thanks ).I am new here and trying to learn what I can. Are you saying that the wheels won't spin or that it has no traction? I also saw mention of an issue at high elevation, but that should not be the case with fuel injection.