Well that's interesting so it's four different machines that are the exact same weight? Well that would rule out a 60" and a 50" since the 50" would be lighter. And UNFORTUNATELY it rules out a 4 seater, if this is correct. I know you always like to be right, rockitman, but I hope you're wrong on this one. I'd sure like to see a real 4 seat competitor to Polaris. If it is some calculation of curb weight, and all weights are the same, how could there be four different machines with the exact same weight if color is not relevant in the carb classifications?

Beats me, since the Polaris machines break them down even between the EPS and non EPS on the same vehicle.

But the Viking 3 and the Viking 6 are separate filings and lots of difference in the inertia weight but they list all of the 3 seat as the same inertia weight and all of the 6 seat the same no matter the model.

I am not going to say all of the YXZ's are the same thing but they do all use the same inertia weight so it is only reasonable they would be fairly close in vehicle weight IMO.

Edit: I have to back up. The weight for the V3 EPS is listed as 10kg heavier than the non EPS.

Color is not relevant but they have to list all of the model numbers of the vehicles that are covered under the certification so if they use a different model for a different color then it has to be listed, at least that is the way I read it.

I know you always like to be right

I don't like to be wrong so I 'usually' do my research, but my interpretation is not always like everyone else's.