2021 Summit Turbo Snow Check Price Quotes

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It depends on your riding style. I've had a 165 and 154 850 and have snow checked a 154 turbo. The 154 turbo with a 46 tunnel should be a blast to ride. If you ride aggressive and look for air the 54 is more playful. They all get stuck but it's a lot easier to dig the 54 out. It's more fun to be on when conditions are setup or you have a trail ride in. Rider weight plays a roll in it if your over 200 pounds the flotation difference is more of a factor.
 
Mar 13, 2020
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Yeah so I weigh about 185 without my snowmobile gear on which probably adds at least another 10 pounds I don’t wear a backpack I always put a tunnel bag on my sled and usually I like to ride in you know powder Feld fields and trees on flat I live in Colorado so I absolutely try to stay away from trails at all costs I don’t like them you get cold too easy and I have a 2017 T3 that 154 track I loveThe only reason why am buying a new sled is to get the turbo I got to test drive two of them and they were a blast of course they weren’t set up for me and they felt a little stiff mainly because they had track bars that’s the first thing I’ve always done with my snowmobiles pull my track bar out
 

revone

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I always buy local. To me service, parts, and great support after the sale are priceless. I would have a real hard time bringing my sled to my local dealer after shopping the world to beat them out of a couple of bucks.
 

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Quote from 10 days ago

2021 Summit Expert Turbo, 165, Catalyst Grey and Lava Red - Out The Door - tax, title, registration, = $18388 Total -$175 less in black

2021 Summit X Turbo, 165, Shot, black - Out The Door - tax, title, registration,= $17595 Total

Lets Ride, Burly ID
 

zblink

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Wow. I put 3 requests in to different dealers and no Polaris dealer even bothered to contact me.
Wanted a 165 Khaos, with e start

Build one Doo and within an hour had a phone call. (they got my money because they attempted to contact me)

Currently have a 16 Axys 155 and not intending to sell it but excited to try the 850T 165 Expert. My invoice was $16280
+49 for fuel surcharge?
+Tax
+179 registration
 

ryanjeri

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I always buy local. To me service, parts, and great support after the sale are priceless. I would have a real hard time bringing my sled to my local dealer after shopping the world to beat them out of a couple of bucks.
What is your definition of a couple of bucks? 20, 50, 250, 1000?
After looking at some of these prices , what I got quoted is around 1000 more than some posted, is that amount enough to question your dealers cost?

Not from a random dealer, one that until this year I have not price shopped.
 
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