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Just wondering how many miles people are putting on their Teryx and what would you consider high mileage?
I've got a 2020 with 5300 miles and 230 hours. Bought new in June 2020.
I ride a lot, hundreds of miles of desert right from the house no trailer required.
 

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My 2017 T4 has about 7800 miles on it. I'm not sure what "high mileage" would be. It's in darn good shape. This is my first sxs. I was hoping to get to 15k and then decide if I want to upgrade or keep riding.
 

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Just wondering how many miles people are putting on their Teryx and what would you consider high mileage?
I've got a 2020 with 5300 miles and 230 hours. Bought new in June 2020.
I ride a lot, hundreds of miles of desert right from the house no trailer required.
I am quite jealous of you guys that get to stack that many miles on a machine... I have a 2019 that I bought new in March 2020 and it now has around 950 miles on it. I can't ride it without trailering a minimum of 2 hours (outside of my small hunting farm that is 15 minutes away). So basically it only gets ridden for plowing snow and on vacations. I usually take a trip or two down to TN or WV every year with a group of buddies but I couldn't even make that last year (or this year) because of work. I am hoping to make the T4 street legal once it's paid off so I can at least cruise the dirt roads a little and warm the oil up every so often, lol.
 

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I'm jealous too. I have to haul mine to go riding, typically 4hrs one way to get to the good places. I bought mine new in the spring of 2020 and have put maybe 3500km(2100miles) on it. I had about the same mileage on my 08 rzr when I sold it but it was a worn out pos in comparison.
 

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I'm jealous too. I have to haul mine to go riding, typically 4hrs one way to get to the good places. I bought mine new in the spring of 2020 and have put maybe 3500km(2100miles) on it. I had about the same mileage on my 08 rzr when I sold it but it was a worn out pos in comparison.
2100 miles, you're doing a lot better than me! I am still a hair under 1000 miles and almost 500 of those were on one hunting trip this past Fall, lol.
 

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Think quality, not quantity.
This is true, half of my last trip was spent towing a 1 wheel drive commander out of the mountains. I consider that quality time. The campfire bragging rights for the next handful of years were well worth taking years worth of life off my machine in the process.....:ROFLMAO:
 

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This is true, half of my last trip was spent towing a 1 wheel drive commander out of the mountains. I consider that quality time. The campfire bragging rights for the next handful of years were well worth taking years worth of life off my machine in the process.....:ROFLMAO:
haha... on my very first trip after the break-in on my machine I had to tow a busted commander about 5 miles out of the mountains in TN. To be fair to the commander though, it had been ridden like it was stolen for 3 days so I'm not surprised that it decided to give up... you could almost see the damn thing breath a sigh of relief when it broke :ROFLMAO:
 

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Just wondering how many miles people are putting on their Teryx and what would you consider high mileage?
I've got a 2020 with 5300 miles and 230 hours. Bought new in June 2020.
I ride a lot, hundreds of miles of desert right from the house no trailer required.
My 2020 has a little over 1000 miles on it. Bought it new in Oct 20. I also have to trailer mine to ride. It's about 3 hours to where we ride in East Texas, 5 hours to Wolfpen Gap in Mena, AR and 13 hours to our riding grounds in CO. I'd love to be able to step out the door and ride every day.
 

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haha... on my very first trip after the break-in on my machine I had to tow a busted commander about 5 miles out of the mountains in TN. To be fair to the commander though, it had been ridden like it was stolen for 3 days so I'm not surprised that it decided to give up... you could almost see the damn thing breath a sigh of relief when it broke :ROFLMAO:
I took mine to a local riding area to break it in and wound up winching a Ford Raptor out of the mud. It took my winch and my buddy's winch on his RZR to get him out. We tried to winch his buddy in his F-250 out, but he was stuck hard. The Raptor finally had to come around the bypass and pull him out.
 
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