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Polaris introduce new Sportsman 6×6 Big Boss 570

Sportsman 6x6 570 Big Boss

Polaris, the leader in off-road vehicles, has introduced the all-new Sportsman 6X6 Big Boss 570 EPS to the range. What’s really special about this ATV is its enhanced ability off-road with increased traction, range, capacity, versatility and more. The Big Boss has a longer chassis than previous models to accommodate more cargo and a second person. It’s unlike any other ATV in that it is specifically designed for customers who demand ultimate traction, massive payload and carrying versatility while taking you virtually anywhere in the most remote locations. The Engine Braking System (EBS) with Active Descent Control (ADC) and Electronic Power Steering (EPS) all come as standard and power is delivered by the highly efficient, liquid cooled, single cylinder Polaris ProStar engine packing 44 horsepower and plenty of torque. It’s also equipped with a 1.25” hitch receiver and has a 750kg towing capacity.

The Polaris Big Boss is the first 6×6 ATV built for two people and has the capability of hauling exceptional amounts of gear with the industry’s largest payload, a highly configurable Lock & Ride cargo system and integrated front storage, all 25.5 litres of it, plus a rack extender that can carry 41kg. The exclusive, fully integrated passenger system includes a raised second seat for more visibility together with hand grips and foot rests. Behind the passenger sits a 340kg capacity gas-assisted dump box with steel Lock & Ride bed rails, dual rear tracks and six high mounted tie-down points to ensure the biggest loads are secure. To complete the picture there is the legendary Polaris All-Wheel Independent Suspension with the furthest rear suspension travel of any 6X6 and 29.2 cm of ground clearance. With all this going for it you’ll have no reason for not liking the Boss.

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