EQUIPMENT NEWS
Machinery Chatter
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:43 AM CST

From the Polaris idea factory comes a new vehicle with an architecture that is completely new to the company -- and really, to the off-road industry. Polaris calls this single-seater the Sportsman ACE.

The Sportsman ACE features design and operational characteristics taken from Polaris's Sportsman ATVs and from its Ranger and RZR side-by-side. Its revolutionary, sit-in chassis benefits rider comfort and handling. A sit-in chassis means the driver sits down into this vehicle, as opposed to the higher seating position of an ATV.

"The introduction of the Sportsman ACE is part of our strategy to remain the leader in the ...

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