Polaris Outlaw

Ride Tested - The Polaris Outlaw 110

Kid Tested, Father Approved
Written By: 
Pete Bengel
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 An old expression comes to mind when it comes to the subject of choosing an ATV for a young rider. “It’s like shooting fish in a barrel”. Your choices are far from limited. The problem is that while there is a large pool to choose from, there are very few that are worthy of taking up the space on your garage floor. You can’t pick up a weekly auto-swapper magazine without seeing the ads for no-name 50, 90, 110, or even 125cc youth ATVs, many of which can be had for less money than a monthly payment on a new diesel pickup.

2017 Polaris Youth Models

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Polaris is the industry leader in youth off-road vehicles and leads the way in promoting youth rider safety. Polaris’ youth lineup will include four 2017 ATV youth models based upon the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America’s (SVIA) ATV categories. The lineup includes the Phoenix 200, Outlaw and Sportsman 110 EFI, and Outlaw 50. Polaris also will offer the RZR 170 EFI as a youth side-by-side model. Polaris youth models are the only youth vehicles to offer Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) for easier cold starting, reduced maintenance, and improved run and idle quality.The RZR 170 EFI is available for riders 10 years old and older with adult supervision. The vehicle speed is limited to less than 15 mph (24.1 kph) as delivered. The vehicle’s speed control system allows adults to increase the speed to a maximum of up to 29 mph (47 kph). The RZR 170 EFI will be available in Bright White and Voodoo Blue.

Clone of Polaris Introduces Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI Youth Models

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Minneapolis, April 7, 2015- Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), today introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models as part of the company’s continuing innovation of its off-road product offerings. The new models are the first youth ATVs to offer EFI and will be available in dealerships in May. The Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models will replace the current Sportsman and Outlaw 90 models and include an upgraded 110cc engine for improved off-road performance and Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) for easier cold starting, reduced maintenance and improved run and idle quality. Both models will be classified as Y-10+ for riders 10 years old and older with adult supervision. The vehicles’ speed is limited to less than 15 mph/24.1 kph as delivered, and the speed control system allows adults to increase the speed to a maximum of up to 29 mph/47 kph. The Sportsman 110 EFI will be available in Sage Green while the Outlaw 110 EFI in Voodoo Blue.

Polaris Introduces Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI Youth Models

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Minneapolis, April 7, 2015- Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), today introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models as part of the company’s continuing innovation of its off-road product offerings. The new models are the first youth ATVs to offer EFI and will be available in dealerships in May. The Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models will replace the current Sportsman and Outlaw 90 models and include an upgraded 110cc engine for improved off-road performance and Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) for easier cold starting, reduced maintenance and improved run and idle quality. Both models will be classified as Y-10+ for riders 10 years old and older with adult supervision. The vehicles’ speed is limited to less than 15 mph/24.1 kph as delivered, and the speed control system allows adults to increase the speed to a maximum of up to 29 mph/47 kph. The Sportsman 110 EFI will be available in Sage Green while the Outlaw 110 EFI in Voodoo Blue.

Mini Quad Test - The Polaris Outlaw 90

Little Outlaw on the Trail
Written By: 
Staff
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Few riders begin their life of off-road adventures as an adult. Most were first dipped in the world of riding when they were young and every trail led to exploration and every lap around a backyard track delivered a thrill that could be found nowhere else. For many it began as a family affair, with friends or relatives that made the world a little bigger and more filled with wonder. Once tasted, that feeling would never go away.

Best Big Bore Sport ATV of 2011

The Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS
Written By: 
John Arens
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In its last year of production, we have to give credit to the Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS. From our first ride across the Arizona desert years ago, we knew that the 525 was something special.

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