I put on over 19,000 miles on my 3 Polaris models, 2013 Ranger 900, 2012 RZR 570, and still have my 2011 RZR 900. Polaris has the fun factor and if you get a good one they hold up well for the owners that ride less then 500 miles a year. Check out the Polaris forums and you will see lots of serious problems and unhappy owners. Polaris builds with poor quality parts and also the build quality is sub standard. Having to beg for warranty sucks too. My warranty was turned down because I had too many miles on it in less then 6 months on my Ranger 900. After spending $47,000 with Polaris that was the last straw and they lost my business plus I need reliability. All 3 had lots of warranty claims and just due to the mileage on poor quality parts. Honda will hurt their Ranger 900 sales and Yamaha will hurt their high end Sport model sales especially in the next 5 years. I ordered the all new Yamaha Sport model. My Wolverine quality is amazing and I took it apart to check everything. All the coolant hose, brake lines, electrical wiring, and fuel lines were installed per automotive standards. The air Filter intake is up under the hood in a clean air location. The RZR S intake is under the bed. Most other models are on the side of the bed still a awful location. Try to rebuild a Polaris belt drive, most dealers can't or won't do it plus its only a couple hundred to replace everything like I did on my RZR 900 at about 8,000 miles.