The Scrambler 850 is back for 2017, but not much has changed from the previous
model year. Its graphics get an upgrade with Polaris’ White Lightning color scheme
with a blue bumper that looks great. Its ProStar twin EFI engine puts out an impressive 78 horsepower. It retails for $9799, which is $3500 less than the Scrambler XP
If you fancy a two-up ATV, a great option is the Sportsman Touring 570. The passenger seat is narrow at the side panels for increased comfort and control. It’s
very easy to mount and dismount from the rear of the quad. It also offers the
On-Demand all-wheel drive and integrated front storage. It retails for $7699.
The Sportsman Big Boss 6x6 570 EPS is the only 6x6 that has
two-up capability. It can carry 800 pounds of cargo in the
dump bed. It also has true AWD and an engine braking system. It retails for $10,999.
The new Ace 500 is the replacement for the Ace 330. It has
more power and is $500 less than its predecessor. It’s under
50 inches wide and retails for $6999, making it the most
affordable Ace yet!
Performance, Standard and Work
settings. The Performance mode is full
power, Standard mode offers smooth
and controllable throttle response,
and Work mode offers precise throttle control for work conditions. It
also has the first digital gauge with
Bluetooth connectivity on an ATV.
Other standard options are movable
tie-down points, fender flares, high-ground-clearance A-arms front and
rear, on-demand all-wheel-drive,
active descent control, 6-gallon integrated front and rear storage on the
rack system, new dual-zone sculpted seats, variable-assist electronic
power steering, 150-watt front headlights, LED taillights, and a beverage and cell phone holder. The base
Sportsman XP 1000 comes in Stealth
Black and retails for $11,999.
The Sportsman XP 1000 Hunter
Edition comes in Polaris Pursuit
Camo. It has the same great features
as the base model, but much more for
hunters. These cool options include
Cut & Sew camo seats, front and
rear brush guards, HD 2500-pound
winch, gun scabbard, Kolpin ratcheting claws, 26-inch PXT tires, rear LED
center work light and hand/thumb
warmers. The Hunter Edition retails
The last one on this list is the
Sportsman XP 1000 Limited Edition
model. The differences between this
and the base model are minimal.
It’s offered in the Matte Copper col-orway, and it has more aggressive
Maxxis Vipr 26-inch tires. The LE XP
1000 retails for $12,299.