Unless you can do repairs yourself, I would go with the new Recon for that amount of money. As @Riverc said, with new you'll know what you have. With dealership repair shop charges of $50-75/hr you can spend a lot of money quickly even for minor repairs. With the new Recon you'll have a warranty!
I am new here and just got a couple 2018 Recons for about 2600 each. I got a 2012 Rancher for $2300. Not sure why you have to pay a delivery charge on a used 2017. You can't go far without tripping over a Recon. They are great but people "out grow" them quick,
I would buy used but I have the ability and friends with even more ability when it comes to fixing and maintaining the 4 wheelers.
The hardest thing out my way for used is finding them with a good title or a title at all.
In my state if you buy a used four-wheeler from a private party that is under $3,000 you don't have to pay tax on it again.
Hello everyone! in need of some info and advice and what better place to go than a dedicated forum!
I’ve been looking to purchase a preowned for use plowing and hauling on my 8 acre property. I’ve owned Honda motorcycles in the past and I’m very familiar with the Honda reliability so obviously...
Anyone else buy the 2020 Rubcion 520 deluxe? I just received it and drove it yesterday for the 1st time. All good as it should be. Curious if anyone has more hours on one and their opinion to date. It’s my first ATV ever so no comparison for me
I've driven four hours before to get a good deal, so what price should I look for on this model? Any recommended dealerships in the south especially (Arkansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas). Thanks!
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