The RZR 170 is Polaris’ smallest UTV. It has an EFI, 169cc,
four-stroke engine. It’s designed for your young ones to
have a good time and take their friend or sibling for a
ride. It’s a rear-wheel-drive machine with swingarm rear
suspension and single-A-arm front suspension. Braking
consists of a four-wheel hydraulic disc system.
POLARIS ACE 500 ($6,999)
Last year’s base-model Polaris Ace had a 320cc engine.
For 2017 Polaris added a 32-horsepower, 500cc ProStar,
four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that is electronically
fuel-injected. The suspension is the same MacPherson-strut front end as last year, with 8. 2 inches of travel and
dual-A-arm suspension in the rear with 9. 5 inches of
POLARIS GENERAL 4 1000 ($20,999)
One of Polaris’ newest machines is their four-seat
General 1000. The General line is one of the most comfortable sport utility UTVs ever created. The cockpit is well
designed, with the instrument gauges that tilt with the
steering wheel and comfortable bucket seats for all four
riders. The machine comes with full doors, cast-aluminum
wheels and automotive-style paint.
POLARIS ACE 570/570 SP ($8,499/$9,999)
The Polaris Ace 570 is virtually the same as last year,
except the front suspension now utilizes a dual-A-arm
design. The Ace 570 SP version has EPS, an engine braking system and 12-inch cast-aluminum wheels. There is
more legroom on this year’s model, and the plastics have
been designed to be easier to get into. The SP comes with
POLARIS GENERAL 1000 EPS ($16,299)
The General was released in 2016, and it quickly
became a well-liked UTV designed to shred the trails yet
still get the job done around the ranch. There are four two-seat models: the base ($16,299) White Lightning ($17,799)
Camo Hunting edition ($18,999) and the Deluxe model with
a winch and a sound system ($20,299).
POLARIS ACE 900 XC ($12,999)
The all-new 2017 Polaris Ace 900 XC carries the same
78-horsepower ProStar 900 engine as last year’s Ace 900
SP model, but a remodeling of the plastics and a new
suspension system has been implemented into the design.
The 900 XC is 59 inches wide through the use of dual-A-arm front and rear suspension. There is over 12 inches of
suspension travel on all four wheels.