PR350

PR350

Postby WINCHCAT on 27 Aug 2009, 23:05

anyone know the price of a 09 brand new one?
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Re: PR350

Postby Canadianbombar on 28 Aug 2009, 00:05

I believe the base unit was going for 335K Canadian last year...no idea about the US. Now, this year...I don't even know if they're still making them or if production has shifted to the new style Bisons. When they phased the 275 out... they kept it around for a couple years in addition to the 350 when it was the new cat...so I expect the same will be true this time....unless they don't have a supply of parts to use up.
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Re: PR350

Postby admin on 28 Aug 2009, 08:03

If they're still marketing them, they're not talking much about them. The Bison and Bison X are getting all of the attention these days.
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Re: PR350

Postby troutriver on 30 Aug 2009, 21:30

The 350 and I will call it, "New Bison" are available and new 350's are already here for 09-10 season. I am guessing that will be the case for awhile. Sure the "push" is to get customers in the Bison, but the 350 may be phased out at some point just to eliminate the cost of producing two different cabins/machines, but so long as the market demand is out there for two models, I bet it remains just as with the PB400 and PB600.
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Re: PR350

Postby Canadianbombar on 01 Sep 2009, 01:27

troutriver wrote:The 350 and I will call it, "New Bison" are available and new 350's are already here for 09-10 season. I am guessing that will be the case for awhile. Sure the "push" is to get customers in the Bison, but the 350 may be phased out at some point just to eliminate the cost of producing two different cabins/machines, but so long as the market demand is out there for two models, I bet it remains just as with the PB400 and PB600.


ehh...no...your comparison is a bit off there...The new Bison and the new center drive Beast are PR's "400 + 600".....they're just in the transition phase from old style cab to new on both machines. The new Bison and the 350 are the same size machine. My comparison was more practical....when they went from the 275 to the 350.....you could still order a new 275 for a while primarily because they still had a 275 parts supply to use up in the plant. Same deal here.
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Re: PR350

Postby troutriver on 04 Sep 2009, 00:02

Hey, thanks for the update!!
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Re: PR350

Postby WINCHCAT on 06 Sep 2009, 14:54

i dont think thay will push out the 350's any time to soon, i know the bison are getting a good head start but you got to look at the amout of 350's out their, and the amount of money that is comming in from parts
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