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Now that we've got some information / leaked photos about the new YXZ, how aggressive is the pricing going to be?
 

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I've thought of this a lot because it will be a deal breaker for us. I've looked at pricing on what I think is Yamaha's competing models, and all the others. I think and really hope the base model will come in around 15900 and le around 17200-17800. But I think it's a 60" model.
 

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I believe it falls in the wildcat x $17499.00, wild cat sport limited $15999.00 category, rzr s 900 $16499.00, non turbo rzr 1000 $20299.00, there is no way it will be over 20k. Yamaha will not price themselves out of the largest percentage of consumers.
 

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20k and under i can stomach for a sxs.

Over 20k and it has to be amazing, hence still waiting to see what Yamaha releases because i am yet to be amazed by the vehicles over 20k so far.

I have driven them all but the turbo rzr, and of course Yamaha
 

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I don't think the flagship models will be under 20k. I'm guessing $20,999 for the 2 seat and 22,999k for the 4 seat flagship models which is going to undercut it's competitor turbo models by quite a bit and offer a more reliable auto shift manual transmission. Then the years after, they will increase thier price, which yamaha has done in the past after gaining popularity. Just my guess
 

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I don't think the flagship models will be under 20k. I'm guessing $20,999 for the 2 seat and 22,999k for the 4 seat flagship models which is going to undercut it's competitor turbo models by quite a bit and offer a more reliable auto shift manual transmission. Then the years after, they will increase thier price, which yamaha has done in the past after gaining popularity. Just my guess
I sure hope you guys thinking over 20k are wrong. Anything over 17500 and I'm out, and I'd assume many others that are hoping for a reasonable price point. A Wolverine is 12300.00 and new Honda Pioneer is 15100.00, and sure has a ton of cool features and great price point. I know they aren't in the same class but a 7k jump. Looking at Yamaha's, polaris's and others price differences between upgrades and hitting the proper marketing price I really see the price around 17k. I can't imagine Yamaha will price themselves out of the main market.
 

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I sure hope you guys thinking over 20k are wrong. Anything over 17500 and I'm out, and I'd assume many others that are hoping for a reasonable price point. A Wolverine is 12300.00 and new Honda Pioneer is 15100.00, and sure has a ton of cool features and great price point. I know they aren't in the same class but a 7k jump. Looking at Yamaha's, polaris's and others price differences between upgrades and hitting the proper marketing price I really see the price around 17k. I can't imagine Yamaha will price themselves out of the main market.
I dont think I'd call around 20K "out of the main market". I would consider the xp1000 the "main market"
You have to realize how quickly you can spend 7K on a sxs. Hell a good set of shocks is at least 5K.
If they drop a solid machine that does not need 5K right off the bat to make it safe and perform properly, coupled with Yamaha's reliability, they have a slam dunk IMO.
 

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I dont think I'd call around 20K "out of the main market". I would consider the xp1000 the "main market"
You have to realize how quickly you can spend 7K on a sxs. Hell a good set of shocks is at least 5K.
If they drop a solid machine that does not need 5K right off the bat to make it safe and perform properly, coupled with Yamaha's reliability, they have a slam dunk IMO.
Exactly right.
If it does not need LT that will be a big plus as well. The top of the line model will have an MSRP of 20k +, They are not going to give these things away. You people are wishful thinking. The price may drop down the road as they all do, but if you want one of the first ones its going to cost you.
If it cost 20k and runs with or beats the XP turbo then its a good deal.
 

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Ok, we having a contest? Closest to actual price wins a new YXZ? LOL

Here's my WAG. All 4 models are mechanically the same. Just different color options and trims. Like 2 tone seats and beadlocks for the SE model.

Standard Model- 17,499
SE Model- 18,499
 

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The S1000 msrp is priced at 17,999 and the Rzr xp1k is msrp at 20,999.

But I know of a couple dealers offering new xp1k na models around 16,800.

I think a 60" yamaha will be around 17,900.
I think a 65" machine will be around 20,900
 

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Everyone has to remember 1 thing, N that Yamaha, A/C, Polaris n Can am get everything in bulk at a GREAT price u wouldn't believe how much it cost to make in reality. Say them shocks would cost u $5,000.00, What do u think Yamaha, A/C, Polaris, n Can am pays. Believe me they make good money off of these things. And that's with overhead, employees, ins, n the blood sucking lawyers.
 

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Even if it comes in at $20K+, think of what it appears to come standard with:
Roof, full doors, full skid plate (guessing/hoping on this), and not to forget Yamaha fit, finish, and dare I say it, dependability...
 
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