After owning 2 Rhino's and now a 2016 Wolverine I can say the design and build quality on the Wolverine is up to automotive standards. I have a bit over 2,500 miles on my Wolverine. Most know Polaris has huge design and build quality issues and their warranty is poor. Yamaha and Honda have upped the UTV standards in a huge way with their new 2016 models. Warranty was turned down on my 2013 Polaris Ranger 900 because I had too many miles on it. That was in less then 6 months and my dealer could have gotten it covered but I was annoyed enough to just buy the parts and fix it then sell it. Sold my RZR 570 too after way too many failures and 3 tow ins. Still have my 2011 RZR 900 with over 10,200 miles on it now. The fun factor is great so its worth all the repair necessary to keep it in like new condition. The high mileage set up took 2 weeks. Still had lots of parts replacement because Polaris uses poor quality parts and many parts are cheap Chinese parts. I think the $25,000 Polaris and $22,000 CanAm models will lose sales to Yamaha. Many owners hate all the belt drive failures and design problems. If the Yamaha is under $20,00 and competitive it will be the UTV of choice. If it is under $18,000 they will take a huge hit. 2 more weeks and I expect it will be easy for the Yamaha guys to get real Happy.