Between heat, noise, rattles and poor quality control I would look at others
With their lack of facts supporting the description of the Teryx line or Kawasaki brand and their small post count of only 3, I would say this member is a mole for Polaris.
I bought my 2015 Teryx4 new and since have placed over 2,000 miles on her. Those miles range from East Texas mud parks, to the Texas Hill Country (nothing but hard rocks) to the National Forests of Arkansas. My machine is mildly lifted with 30" Blackwater Evos.
To date, the only issues I have had was a clogged fuel filter sock and two sets of front brakes.
After time, they all develop a rattle or two, especially when put in a harsh off-road environment. It is a bit noisy and the heat can be there, especially in the Great State of Texas. However, all suffer those issues to an extent but it doesn't prevent me from ridin'!!
In all those miles, I have personally towed many a Polaris, a few Can Am, one or two Yamaha's and a couple of full size rigs out of the woods. But NEVER, have I towed a Kawasaki out of the woods. Im not saying they dont break either. I'm biased towards Kawasaki but it is with good reason and the factory 3 year warrants speaks volumes to me.