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Hello everybody!

First, scuse me for my english speaking... I'll do the best I can do... :wink2:

I Have a "chalet" on the wallis mountains in switzerland.
there is a long way, very steep to access... We have a 1965 "Schilter 1000" to go to the chalet, but he's loud, and very, very slow... so i decide ,first to buy a ATV, but a side-by-side is better for me, my girlfriend and our dog :laugh:

So i sought UTV dealers around my house. At 20 km there is Yamaha. At 10 km there is CanAm which also sells Polaris.

First i test the Yamaha Wolverine 700, it is fine for low speed and climbing!! but on the road it is a bit slow, and not enough powerful!

I decide to speak with a the CanAm dealer and i saw the General is available for Switzerland! (Yes, in Europe it is more difficult to ride with a vehicle like Side-by-side)
I fell in love with the General :x so i ordered the blue, the premium :laugh:
I think it comes from canada or USA (?) so i I wait until october 1st... Can wait!!!

In Switzerland the Polaris must have:
- turn signal
- left and right mirror
- horn
- handbrake!(I do not know how it will integrate it...)

To finish, this is a view where my chalet is... :nerd:
 

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Thanks for your welcome!!

This is my "second home"
In this chalet there is no electricity and we use mountain spring water

The "road" is very steep! I will post pics as soon as my General is here

In Switzerland there are many beautiful offroad way, but many are prohibited with 4x4...


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Welcome Bart to the site and to general ownership you are going to love it! :grin2:
 

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The General arrives with turn signals, handbrake and horn, from factory! I didn't need to install it... :)


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Oh, That is nice of them to do. It is interesting to hear of the different options available from the factory based on country.

I am looking forward to seeing pictures of the General in Switzerland!
 
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