I have been doing some research, and new sleds Canada are alot less $$$ in Canada on the MSRP than in the U.S, sometimes $1500 more! I went to Ski-Doo's site, and clicked on Canada/English and used the MXZREV800X with no options as comparison and it was $12,049 Canadian MSRP. The U.S. MSRP was 9,199.00. The Canadian MXZREV800X is only $7721.00 or a difference of 1,478 U.S. Dollars. Needless to say I was ticked so I e-mailed Ski-Doo and they beat around the bush in customer service not answering my simple question "WHY?" The second e-mail reply I got said...."you can buy your sled in Canada, but the dealer you choose will have to get authorization from Bombardier first". I thought it might be because of tariff's, but I found the same thing with Polaris and Yamaha, I can buy a U.S. Sled for less in Canada, makes sense dont it? I feel just because our "average" income is higher here in the states we are being hosed! I urge everyone who buys a sled in the states to at least e-mail them and tell them your opinion on this, because this is a case where they are clearly taking advantage of consumers. If I buy a new sled, I may buy in Canada, because it will give the MFG's less money, because obviously they are charging dealers up there less which means less $$$ for them.