Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Post by Marty Zoerne » Sun, 18 Feb 1996 04:00:00


I have heard that some dealers have the '97 MXZ 583 at $54XX.

Who has it at that price?

Is that +shipping, +settup, +cover, +tax, +whatever?

Details please.

Thanks in advance!

Marty

 
 
 

Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Post by Thomas R. Skwar » Tue, 20 Feb 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
>I have heard that some dealers have the '97 MXZ 583 at $54XX.

I'm here in Minnesota and I posted that number. It's a number quoted to me from
Cherokee Power Equipment located in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

Talk to Brian.

One word from Brain at Canterbury this weekend (Pake Won big time), is that the
MXZ-670 will be limited build and all prices that I quoted will be going up a
hundred or so dollars.

IMHO: The 670 is the machine to sno-check. Price is right at $5800 (Cherokee)

Quote:
>Who has it at that price?

>Is that +shipping, +settup, +cover, +tax, +whatever?

>Details please.

>Thanks in advance!

>Marty

---
Thomas R. Skwarek

ventures  phone: x  Mail Stop: P211

 
 
 

Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Post by Thomas R. Skwar » Tue, 20 Feb 1996 04:00:00

Weights listed in the offical 97 brouchure for the MXZ-583 and MXZ-670:

502 lbs. for both. IE: No difference in weight.

They were demo riding the 670's and Formula III's at Canterbury this past weekend.
I got to ride the 670.

With the icy conditions here it was quite lose. It definitely needs studs. The
front ski lift is still there, very light, and fairly comfortable.
This windshield needs the new face lift for 97.

Unfortunately I was not as impressed as with my XCR600Sp. The Special is heavier
and feels "planted" versus the "airy" 670. I would guess with some setup the
670 is a dream but I didn't see it in the demo ride.

I was also VERY disapointed in all the hype, money, and press that the MXZ has
received this year to not see more yellow MXZ's in the Canterbury Super Enduro race
this past weekend. Without Haikonen DOO would be hurting for some visibility in
these races. The field was a seemingly sea of green. Plain and simple there
was more than 2 cats to every Polaris and well DOO where in the ***s.

Then again for all you Yamaha fans out there, there was...NONE!.. But if there was
one out there, boy I tell you he sure would come in first in the warm hands category.
HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA, a little levity in the morning. :-)

---
Thomas R. Skwarek

ventures  phone: x  Mail Stop: P211

 
 
 

Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Post by Sidewin » Wed, 21 Feb 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
(Thomas R. Skwarek) writes:

>Then again for all you Yamaha fans out there, there was...NONE!.. But if
>there was
>one out there, boy I tell you he sure would come in first in the warm
hands
>category.
>HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA, a little levity in the morning. :-)

I take back all the things I said about you :) (good or bad)
Hey Tommy how many miles do you have on your sp so far (not counting
trailer miles to the shop :)

Rod M
***hand warmer :)

 
 
 

Wanted '97 SKI-DOO Spring Break Prices

Post by Chet » Thu, 22 Feb 1996 04:00:00

Hi Tom

   Just got back from the 97 showing of the Ski Doo line up. My buddy priced a MXZ 670 at
$5925.00 and i will be Snowchecking a new Formula 500 for $4500.00 these are dealers here in
the eastern part of Pennsylvania. The graphics are nice this year, the Formula has a new neat
look too.

                                                                 Chet