Polaris has fast-tracked its Monterey, Mexico manufacturing facility in the past year and a half and has begun building and delivering some Ranger models as early as this past spring.
Polaris has a huge investment in the all-new facility and is not only building Rangers in Mexico but is assembling powerplants and drivetrains there as well.
Can-Am has been enjoying the benefits and cost savings Mexican manufacturing offers for three years now.
While neither is building everything it makes in Mexico, it appears significant production from these brands will include Mexican assembly.
Strangely, Yamaha recently moved assembly of its 550 and 700 Grizzly lines out of Japan and into its brand new state-of-the-art Newnan, Georgia facility.