"Re; 2014 RZR purchase I just wanted to drop you folks a note... Being someone in their late 50's, I've made a lot of purchases over the years, whether it be a car, a motorsports vehicle or whatever. We all know the feeling when driving into a retailers lot and the salesman comes running across the parking lot to intercept you. You know the type; the guy.....who worked at Best Buy last week, but now thinks he's the epitome of knowledge when selling this new product. The guy.... who suddenly is now your best friend and acts as if he would take a bullet fort you. The guy....who doesn't have a clue, but will look you in the eye and lie his ass off. Yeah, we've all had the displeasure of dealing with assholes like that at some point. I've recently met with Adam several times. At first, I sort of knew what I wanted, but had many questions, even after spending countless hours researching the web, and reading several forums. It immediately became quite apparent that Adam had enormous industry knowledge and was very helpful in filling in the blanks. He did not have to fiddle with books or tap away on a computer. The information I was seeking was was right there in his head. Adam has a wonderful demeanor and it was a pleasure to 'shoot the sht' with him. In the beginning, I was pondering whether to go with the base model RZR, or the LE. Because of Adams familiarity of the product, he was able to eloquently point out the physical differences between the two models, and the differences in value. I ended up choosing the LE because Adam demonstrated the added value versus the price difference between the two models. At no time did I feel like I was being up-sold. Adam simply laid it out, and let me decide for myself. All in all, it was a wonderful experience dealing with Adam and Sport Rider from the beginning, until the RZR was loaded on my trailer. It's so rare to have an experience such as this nowadays... I just had to share my thoughts. Feel free to use this as a testimonial in any way you wish. Regards,"
Anonymous - WI