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post #1 of 4 Old 09-20-2012, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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New John Deere rsx850 vs Razor 850

I am a big John Deere fan and when I saw that they had come out with this new rsx I was pretty excited. But, I have driven a few razor 850's and they're an impressive machine. I'm curious how comparable these two are?
Anyone have any experience with both?

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Do you mean RZR XP's? I don't think the John Deere will compete with that. In my mind, this would be better compared to a Can-Am Commander--not all out sport, kind of a work/sport hybrid, but heavy on the sport.

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Dirt Wheels did a test on this and thought it was good. It wasn't gunna kick a Artic Cat butt. Going to do test's with other sxs in future.

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I'm going to have to check that out on Dirt Wheels. I think the John Deere would be a great retirement gift for my dad in a couple yrs. Move him from an ATV to a buggy.

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