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2016 Polaris UTV, ATV Lineup

For 2016, Polaris rolled out its first turbocharged RZR – bringing an impressive 144 hp. to the recreational side-by-side market. However, this wasn’t the only announcement from the off-road manufacturer. The Polaris Ranger, Sportsman, and Ace also received major upgrades.

The Ranger line will have two new full-size and two new two-seat vehicles along with power upgrades and enhancements on existing models. The new Ranger 570 full-size is designed to be a hardworking partner with 1,500 pounds of towing capacity, an 800-pound hauling limit, and a 44 hp. ProStar 570 engine.

To keep the ride smooth from the barn to the fields, the 570 full-size features adjustable independent rear suspension (IRS). This new model retails for $9,999.

Other additions to the Ranger line include a three-seat mud riding machine, two-seat lithium-ion powered UTV, and a two-seat hunt-ready Ranger 570 EPS.

The Ranger line will receive more power. The Ranger Crew 900 models will now have 68 hp. and the Ranger XP 570 and Ranger Crew 570-6 will get boosted to 46 hp. For maximum power delivery to the ground, the Ranger XP 900 EPS and Crew 900 are now equipped with Pro-Lock On-Demand All-Wheel Drive.

The Sportsman line is adding three new models, including two designed to tackle the mud.

For the entry-level consumer, Polaris is introducing the Sportsman 450 H.O. with a starting price of $5,999. The Sportsman features the smooth, reliable ProStar engine delivering 31 hp. The vehicle shares many of the same features found on the Sportsman 570, including Polaris’ On-Demand All-Wheel Drive, proven MacPherson Strut front suspension, IRS, and Lock and Ride accessory integration.

Improvements to the existing models include 50% stronger front half shafts and improved driveline on all 850- and 1000-cc. machines. Sportsman 450 H.O. and 570-cc. models will feature a new seat with a comfortable foam base, more powerful 660-watt stator to run more accessories, and added exhaust pipe shielding. The full line of Sportsman and Scrambler vehicles also receive a high capacity, high flow air filter for improved air flow and dust filtration.

The Polaris Ace, the sit-in chassis ATV, gets more power with a 60-hp. ProStar 900 engine with EFI and electronic throttle control. The Ace 900 SP starts at $11,499.

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