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#1 tjmaxx

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Posted 16 September 2020 - 10:30 PM

I've got my 1200 sold and the buyer is picking up this weekend. I've been eyeing up the 900t for the last few seasons so I'm likely going to end up that way. I'm also considering a 850 renegade or 850 Polaris. The 850 renegade is the cheapest price, 900t in the middle and Polaris most expensive. Most what I can find are renegade adrenalines. My 1200 was a adrenaline package which was okay obviously not as good as x or xrs.

So the price I'm getting on a 2020 900t adrenaline would be $11,300 (comes out to about $12,300 otd). That's the black one or $300 for lime green.

2019 renegade adrenaline 900t in the white color $10,600 (probably $11,600 otd)

Used 2019 renaegade x package for $10,600 (probably $11,600 otd). 2300 miles, looks to be mostly stock.

Other than the gauge on the 2020 is there other differences? And is the gauge worth an extra $700?

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 05:55 AM

I really like the X pkg over both the adrenaline and XRS. The XRS would be a better choice if you’re a ditch banger but for trail riding I think the X is what you want.

 I have an X coming for my wife and we are either selling or trading her 2019 X. When I sell my XRS I will be going back to an X.

 

 The X is definitely worth the xtra money over the adrenaline.


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#3 waveraven

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 11:11 AM

If it was me .... I'd buy the 2019 new one replace the rear shocks with rebuildables and get all 4 valved to my liking. The fronts are hpgs correct ?

I find once the shocks are set I don't fiddle with them.

I like new and gauges aren't important to me.

Edited by waveraven, 17 September 2020 - 11:12 AM.


#4 tjmaxx

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 02:03 PM

Looks like the 2019 has a few extra fees from that dealership and it's going to put it really close to the 2020 within about $400

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 11:07 PM

The only sled that even remotely interests me right now is the 900t with the new suspension. If I wouldn't be taking such a large hit, I would be selling my XRS to get it. I think the upgraded suspension will be huge if you really push the machine. If not then it doesn't really matter much.
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Posted 18 September 2020 - 08:03 AM

The only sled that even remotely interests me right now is the 900t with the new suspension. If I wouldn't be taking such a large hit, I would be selling my XRS to get it. I think the upgraded suspension will be huge if you really push the machine. If not then it doesn't really matter much.

 

Agreed, that looks really sweet. I am going to ride my '19 Enduro another season and by then it should have about 20k mi. on it and I will get an XRS 900t with the r-motion x.



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Posted Today, 03:13 PM

If money is your deciding factor, buy the leftover adrenaline and do the shocks to your liking. The new gauges are nice, but problem with too much busyness is it can get you in trouble. You don’t ride a snowmobile to look at the gauge.

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Posted Today, 03:14 PM

If money is your deciding factor, buy the leftover adrenaline and do the shocks to your liking. The new gauges are nice, but problem with too much busyness is it can get you in trouble. You don’t ride a snowmobile to look at the gauge.



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