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Sportsman 570

2020 NEW MODELS

2020 NEW MODELS Polaris Off-Road, the world leader in Powersports and off-road innovation, today introduced all-new 2020 RZR and Sportsman limited-edition models with factory-installed accessories and premium upgrades. Polaris RZR also announced reduced pricing for the 2020 RZR XP 4 Turbo, RZR XP Turbo, RZR S4 1000, RZR S 1000, and RZR S 900 providing greater value to customers when purchasing a new unit. As the first 50-inch RZR to come factory-installed with RIDE COMMAND, the all-new 2020 RZR 900 FOX Edition gives…

2018 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 570 SP

-- ATV TEST By the staff of Dirt Wheels -- The better we get to know the Polaris Sportsman 570 SP, the more impressed we become with its performance and handling characteristics. This mid-bore single-cylinder ATV has potent power delivery, generous suspension, and light and nimble handling, in addition to being quite useful as a workhorse. There weren’t many changes made to this machine for the 2018 model year, but it is nevertheless one of the most changed quads of 2018. The Sunset Red color scheme is brilliant, and…

SHOOTOUT: Polaris Ace 570 vs. Sportsman 570

The UTV market has exploded in popularity over the past few years, and Polaris is at the top of the manufacturing list. Their RZR lineup started a performance sensation, and other UTV manufacturers are fighting to produce machines just as impressive. While the multi-passenger UTV market is booming, new smaller-width regulations of trails are requiring off-roaders to purchase machines that are smaller. Polaris decided to renovate the market with the impressive single-seat 4x4 UTV. The first model of the Ace sported a 327cc…

500cc 4×4 SHOOTOUT: Can-Am vs. Honda vs. Polaris

If you were a fly on the wall of the boardroom at all of the major ATV manufacturers, you would hear them say that the 500cc utility/4X4 ATV class has the most sales of any ATV category. It may not be the most profitable since in some cases they are now basically like the big 700–1000cc machines feature-wise, just with a smaller piston and price. But if you want people to buy your brand, a good 500-class machine will attract them. Recently, Honda, Polaris and Can-Am have all responded and have released new models.…