I think it depends on the current owner and where it's been used or rode. I would rather buy one that has 2000 miles or 1000 hours that's been used on a farm etc. than one that has been hammered in the woods or rock climbing with a 100 hours. Underneath of the machine will most likey tell the story of the machine. Also if your buying a 4wheel drive grab each wheel and give it a tug to check the CV Axles.....those are pricey to replace. I just sold my ranger with 700 hours and put it through heck and beck and rebuilt the trans once and broke 2 axles.
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