Does Polaris offer 0 financing?

0% financing only applies to select 2015-2019 models. An example of a monthly payment with $0 down, no rebate, an APR of 0.00% APR for 36 months at an MSRP of $6,249 is $173.58/mo.

What is the most reliable Polaris ATV?

The 10 Best Polaris ATV Four Wheelers

  • 2017 Polaris Outlaw 50.
  • 2017 Polaris Sportsman BIG BOSS 6×6 570 EPS.
  • 2017 Polaris RZR XP 1000.
  • 2017 Polaris ACE 900 XC.
  • 2017 Polaris Sportsman Touring 850 SP.
  • 2017 Polaris ACE 150 EFI.
  • 2017 Polaris Sportsman 450 H.O.
  • 2017 Polaris Sportsman XP 1000.

What is the best time of year to buy a Polaris Ranger?

As we mentioned above your ideal time of year to buy a new UTV is in the months of October, November, and December. The salespeople at the dealership have goals that they need to hit and these are going to be monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals incentivized with year-end kickbacks.

Is Polaris a reliable ATV?

While it doesn’t have the speed or sheer power as some of its other competitors, Polaris ATVs are designed to take a lot of damage. This makes them one of the heaviest ATVs on the market. Polaris ATVs are so reliable that the U.S. military often uses them as mission and first response vehicles.

Who does Polaris use for financing?

Synchrony Financial has provided financing for Polaris motorcycles since 2006. Qualifying buyers will now have access to special financing options and exclusive offers1 for nearly all of Polaris’ products through their more than 1,500 dealers in the United States.

Do Polaris dealers negotiate on price?

New ATV prices are negotiable and it’s pretty much expected. Dealers need to make sales to keep up with their monthly quotas and in some cases, they may even lose money on units just to make a sale.

What credit score do I need for a ATV loan?

around 640
For many ATV loans, you need a minimum credit score of around 640 to qualify. However, there are loans available for credit scores as low as 600. The catch? A lower credit score means you’re likely looking at expensive, high-interest rates.