|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-23-2019 11:50 AM|
|JJ Mendez||KLR convert here as well. Loved my KLR and still have it - 2011 - was and is the perfect Mule. Now I have a 2017 AT.. love them both.|
|11-21-2019 08:11 PM|
|VFMoore||Still have mine but have not ridden it in over a years since getting my ATAS. I suppose I really should sell it, but............|
|11-21-2019 09:35 AM|
Yet another KLR convert. Had a 87 and a 16 KLR. The AT is in a whole other class as far as power and tech.
...and no Doohickey to worry about!
Enjoy the new ride!
|11-19-2019 06:44 AM|
I also had a KLR a 2014 that I put a LOT of miles on...
You will find the AT to be a little bit more of a handful off road in sketchy situations, but I found it’s very stable (more then the KLR) off-road in general, especially in ruts. And too a bit more pricey on upgrades and upkeep.. But I do love my AT... BTW the wife should like that it does have a bit more wiggle room in the saddle, mine did..
|11-18-2019 11:28 PM|
|bdalameda||I'm and ex-KLR guy too - Had and 09 with a 705 Kit that I rode all over the country.|
|11-18-2019 11:21 PM|
KLR Convert in St Louis
Just took delivery of a 2017 AT. Had a 2015 KLR I only picked up in July and an amazing deal came up from a local dealership for a never ridden 2017...had to jump on it (much to the wife’s chagrin). Glad to be here!