This is my exact problem. I ordered a new sled for my wife. ZR6000 LTD with ATAC. Sold her ZR7000. Now I don't have a sled for her, dealer says we still might get it. Now might have to buy a used sled for her this year when I sold a perfectly good used sled. Sucks bigtime. Because I am sure I will overpay for a used one that I don't know the background on it. Would have much rather kept her old sled for another year.Could you imagine...buy a new sled on Snowmaggadon, trade your old sled in at that time, dealer sells it, you're totally jacked for new sled, sorry we can't deliver that new sled....what a complete downer.
So they will be changing the frame on the 2022?sooo heres what cat is doing, if you sno checked a sled prior to the ruling, they are offering you a chance to get a 2022 with a Special incentive ..ie lower price? extended warranty/ special finance??? soo you leave your deposit in their hands...OR they will refund your snow check.
We're doing well, thanks.Sure glad I don't live in Canada. By the looks of it, we will never be able to cross the border again. Can't wait for the photos of the mounties chasing Arctic Cat's down for existing. Thought Michigander's have it tough right now, you guys up dere are in for a ride with the nutballs who rule you. Prayers definitely needed.
On the other hand, I don't understand why Cat did not start making all of the pre-sale sleds and ship them out as soon as possible... They new this lawsuit could come into play and they could lose.Looks like they lost their motion to have the injunction modified. The pre-ordered sleds were not considered "sold", as they were not built at the time of the injunction.
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