Introducing the Sportsman 570 Hunter Edition
Following the global launch of the all-new 2021 Sportsman 570, Polaris has introduced a variety of special edition trims to meet every rider’s needs and style, including the new Sportsman 570 EPS Hunter Edition.
Featuring across the Polaris Off Road line-up, including the Ranger 570, Ranger XP 1000 and Ranger EV, the popular Polaris Pursuit Camo finish has now been brought to the 2021 Sportsman 570 range. One of the most obvious features of the Hunter edition, the camo design finish allows riders to blend into the forest with ease. With the addition of 26-inch CST tyres and 14-inch aluminium wheels, not only does the Hunter edition look bold, but 34-centimetres of ground clearance and true on-demand all-wheel drive (AWD) means it acts boldly too, easily combating any obstacles that come its way.
Loaded with both style upgrades and extra performance features, the Hunter edition takes trail riding to a whole new level. For added resilience whilst riding through the forest or in harsh terrain, both front and rear brush guards feature as standard on the Hunter Edition, as well as front and rear rack extenders so riders can fully utilise the 41kg front and 82kg rear rack capacity. There is also a 1134kg winch fitted as standard to cover riders in almost any situation, and to ensure a comfortable ride in cold conditions, the Hunter Edition 570 features both hand and thumb warmers, perfect for early morning starts or late-night rides.
The Sportsman 570 Hunter Edition comes standard with electric power steering (EPS) and an engine braking system (EBS), which has received some major improvements this year, now delivering a smoother and more controlled riding experience with a new clutch for smooth engagement at low speeds.
Arriving in UK dealers this Autumn, the fully upgraded 2021 Sportsman 570 platform has a new, bold design from front-to-back – including the new handlebar-mounted pod with an integrated LED work light and built-in battery charging port. There are LED headlights with integrated turn signals, and all-new body shape with sharper, more aggressive lines. The new and powerful 18AH battery has been relocated to underneath the front rack for easy access, and there are many new components with enhanced durability and resilience, including the new and sealed suspension bushings, new and improved brake lines and A-Arms, as well as a fully sealed ignition switch.
For more information on the new 2021 Sportsman 570, please head to the Polaris Britain website here.