is that for everything including engine? if so i can prob get 1500 for mine making the swap only 1000There was a highlifter that was customized with a arms, but it looked high dollar.
As far as the swap goes, I really beleive it would be more economically feasible to buy a new or used 570 and sell your 325.
The cost of the components seenms to be in the $2500 range or more.
While it's nice to have no payments, consider the cost of money. Polaris offers financing with terms from .99% to 2.99%, which is really cheap money. Rather than pay cash if you pay minimum down and invest the difference you come out money ahead.Agree on the payments!
It just depends on where you buy and the deal you are able to get. I have seen 2-$3000.00 difference from northern states to southern states...and if I lived up north and could save 2500.00 by driving 500 miles, I sure as hell would over buying a used one up north for basically what you could get a new one in the south for. Seems to me like the northern dealers are way too picky about staying close to MSRP and southern dealers don't care about that one bit. High volume dealers in the south are where you should go to by An Ace or just about any Polaris ATV. I bought my 570 in December of 2014 and paid less than what I was seeing advertised as year end prices quoted by members of this forum who live in the north. Year end prices here were 1000.s less than the northern deals, so where you buy makes a big differencebut u talk investment--buying new is a bad investment no matter how u look at it