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Join Date: Jul 2004
Polaris offers several different financing options, the easiest is their Star Card, which is basically a credit card through HSBC....they normally offer some pretty good incentives on it too. I bought the first couple on a 0% for 18 month deal back in 07', and just paid them off before the 18 months were up. They are always offering stuff like that...any dealer can help you out with it.
Over the last several years I've bought 4 brand new Polaris. A tip for you on this is to go to Oklahoma unless you have a local dealer that will give you an ag exemption (most won't). Most people don't know it, but these things aren't taxed like cars are (6.25%), they are considered a luxury item, so they are taxed with regular state sales tax (8.25%), which sucks however it also creates a loop hole in the system....if you go to Oklahoma and purchase one they will not charge you any tax (the dealer I use up there only charges a flat $35 documentation fee), and when you come back down to Texas with your certificate of origin the tax office will not charge you any sales tax b/c this type of vehicle (for off road use only) is not taxed through their system....so you'll end up only paying the title application fee.
Bottom line, drive up to Oklahoma and you'll save $495 on that $6000 ATV you are looking at. However, I've also found that the dealers in Ok are also willing to cut you an even better deal for making the drive, so you stand to save even more than that.
Good luck, and feel free to PM me if I can answer any questions for you....have been through this process several times.
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