Not planning any of those things I am more of an 'easy rider'... but the $1200.00 doesn't seem to bad. Is that a Polaris warranty and what year? That way I can compare apple to apples? Thanks for the help.
When we bought our 2020 Ranger Crew 1000 XP Premium last month we were quoted $1550 for the Polaris extended warranty, but we’re told we have up to a year to make the decision if we want to purchase it.
They told me the same thing.
I was financing like 2700.00 plus the 1200.00.
I went ahead and added the 5bye polaris warranty on top of the yr.
Guess price for the warranty goes by what you paid for the vehicle.
I found a 2019 Ranger XP 900 HO for 11,000 at Christmas.
It was too good of a deal for me to pass up.
POLARIS Sales Inc., 2100 Highway 55, Medina, MN 55340, gives a TWO-YEAR, 8,000-MILE (12,900-km) or 750-HOUR, whichever comes first, LIMITED WARRANTY on all components (except batteries) of your GEM vehicle against defects in material or workmanship. Mileage is unlimited for the first 6 months of the vehicle warranty.
If you put bigger tires on your polaris.
Or make changes..
It could Void your warranty.
You don't see what it says about making changes to your polaris.
Talk to your Polaris dealer before you take anything for granted.
Look on page 129 of your owners manual.
It says a limited warranty of 1 yr to the original owner.
On page 130.
It talks about defects in material and workmanship.
There are a pile of things th as t are not covered.
Drive belts is one.
Ask your polaris dealership, what is covered under warranty with the model you have.
And what changes that you make, will void your warranty.
If you are looking for a definite answer.
Call 18002686334 for customer assistance.
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