That was definately not the case with these two mules. They looked to be ridden hard, put away wet and then ridden hard again. it rained pretty heavily the night and morning before I got there and both were wet and had a bunch of leaves in them. I can't imagine this but I thought at the time that they left them out side overnight. There was also a broken, black plastic trim piece from somewhere in the cup holder and the windshield on the SL was all gnarly and scratched at the bottom near the "dash". They both just looked generally used. I also forgot to mention yesterday, the lever that activates the tilt steering was broken as well. The lever would move up and down but the steering wheel wouldn't moveThats a bummer deal.
I can see why Polaris wouldnt want this dealer to notify everyone that they have demos. That would cause a huge stir with a bunch of people wanting to see them, sit in them and drive them. It is really hard to keep them looking good with so much interaction of people.
Even if you only let the depositors know, think about how fast news travels on that thing called social media and the internet.
My guess is that they just recently recieved approval to post pics online because the production models are coming very soon.
My money is on these things hitting the showrooms next week! Finger crossed...