Doo the sleds come in by order pick up date or type of sled? I emailed my dealer today about my BCX order questioning if I can pick it before the November window we had talked about when placing the order and if it would be missing any electronic components.
The ones that are incomplete… is there something in common, or is it random? Like, only sleds with the premium gauge, or only ecu’s missing from 850’s or 900ace? I think the ecu’s are different right? I’m just wondering if it’s certain combos are missing parts, while others are good to got.Every Skidoo we have coming this season is a Spring Order. We have close to 120 sleds in shipping. 17 of those units are incomplete (waiting on either ECM, gauge cluster and or dess post) Lots more sleds behind those, hopefully they are complete, or able to ship the remaining parts in a timely fashion. peace
I have the same sled ordered as well. One would think that they should be able to build them as there is nothing new to them over MY21 and BRP should have a good supply of parts on hand to build that sled. I would be really concerned if I had a 900R ordered though. My dealer even told me he is expecting Mach Zs to be one of the last sleds delivered this year.Anyone know when the XRS 600’s (MZNA)’s are supposed to be built or shipped?
While may be an equitable way to address the problem, I’m pretty sure privacy laws would prevent them from sharing a list with customer information. You would be sharing information some people may not want shared. There are a some people that also buy snowmobiles that I don’t want to know how many and/or what snowmobiles I buy. Just not their business.i'd prolly do it in order of snow check orders placed and i think i'd send that info out to everyone who snowchecked so that they're not surprised at pick up time. gonna be upset people no matter what though.
no reason to share the specifics or share anything. just send a generic email individually or a phone call to everyone that spring ordered that states deliveries will be made in order of snowchecking due to parts issues.While may be an equitable way to address the problem, I’m pretty sure privacy laws would prevent them from sharing a list with customer information. You would be sharing information some people may not want shared. There are a some people that also buy snowmobiles that I don’t want to know how many and/or what snowmobiles I buy. Just not their business.
Pretty sure the key driver will be how much money you spend with your dealer.