Just drove by Steadmans in Tooele, Utah and they have atleast 8 rmax base models that havnt been assembled yet in stock.
I live in Tooele and it's the first place I looked. I could have ordered the 4 seater XT-R through them but there dealer costs are ridiculous. I am driving 1.5hrs south to Big Pine Sports and saving about 2K in fees. 25,850.00 OTD. The next dealer Moto United they were at 27,265.00 OTD Karl Malone was a rip off at 29,000.00 and some change. I wan't one but I also want a good deal.Just drove by Steadmans in Tooele, Utah and they have atleast 8 rmax base models that havnt been assembled yet in stock.
Oh there were fees, Frieght,Doc Fees,Misc Fees, I got sticker shock and said okay thanks I will keep looking around. I could have went to Idaho and got it for 24,400.00 OTD then come back to utah and pay tax and license.No, I just dont remener paying those fees. I Don't know if it still does but it used to say that they didn't charge any fees in their commercials.
Any word on when yours will be delivered?When I drove by Steadmans to get some dimensions for something I want to add to mine when I get it, everything
built and not built has been sold. The salesman said they have more ordered but they are sold before they even get them.
Nope, Jared is still hoping sometime this month but nothing solid.Any word on when yours will be delivered?
Hang in there RmaxUt074. It's worth the wait. The Rmax is quite the machine and you are in for a real treat. As for QC, I wouldn't be to concerned with that, because if I had to guess Yamaha has their assembly line on high watch right now.Nope, Jared is still hoping sometime this month but nothing solid.
I just talked a guy that works in the plant 1 in injection molding on face book. He said when they went back to work there inventory on parts were next to none and they are working 12hr shift + Saturdays to try to catch up now that they have parts. The bad thing about rushing things is people tend to not pay as much attention to detail because they are just slamming stuff together. I sure hope quality control is on the job and paying attention.
I really haven't been waiting to long I put my deposit down in Feb and since he did get a delivery a couple weeks ago and it had one XTR in it, I'm now first in line for the next one that comes in.
I'm impatiently waiting for sure. It's the right rig for me and my family. It not just about trail riding for us, though it will get some in the summer. It will be used for hunting all fall and through the winter. It has all the right things and we will drive the wheels off of it before we get rid of it.Hang in there RmaxUt074. It's worth the wait. The Rmax is quite the machine and you are in for a real treat. As for QC, I wouldn't be to concerned with that, because if I had to guess Yamaha has their assembly line on high watch right now.
I'm sure hoping so, They do move a ton. They just got some new teryxs in last week and probably sold them already. There a great machine. My father-in-law owns one and the thing just keeps on going. Hoping soon he will get another yamaha delivery. Crossing fingers.Damn if Big Pine Sports doesn't move some inventory. It sounds like they have sold more units than anybody else in the US. I'm sure Yamaha is catering to them for sure.