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Youth models added to ATV line-up

Polaris, the off-road vehicles (ORVs) manufacturer, has introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110EFI 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 are now available to order throughPolaris dealerships.

The Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models will replace the current Sportsman and Outlaw 90 models and include an upgraded110cc 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 theOutlaw 110 EFI in Voodoo Blue.

Polaris is the industry leader in youth off-road vehicles and is keen to promote youth rider safety. The Sportsman andOutlaw 110 EFI will continue to offer a wide variety of safety features such as an adjustable throttle limiter to enable adults to set a maximum speed control limit, daytime running lights to increase daytime visibility, full floorboard sand heat shields. Other vehicle features include an electric start, automatic transmission, 4-stroke engine, and long travel suspension. Similar to all otherPolaris youth models purchased from an authorized dealer, the Sportsman andOutlaw 110 EFI also come with a high visibility whip flag and safety video. AllPolaris youth vehicles also come with a helmet (two for the RZR 170 EFI) to help teach kids the importance of wearing the proper safety gear.

Along with the Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI,Polaris will continue to offer the Outlaw 50, classified as Y-6+, for riders 6years old and older; the entry-level Phoenix 200, for riders 14 and older; and the RZR 170 EFI side-by-side for riders 10 years old and older.

Polaris Youth model ORVs lead the way withsafety features which make them one of the best-selling youth lines available.Adult supervision is required for all riders under 16.  Polaris strongly encourages anyone operatingan ORV to take appropriate training. A training session with the EASI (European All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute) isincluded free of charge with each Polaris purchase (rider must be aged 6 orabove). Extra sessions are available directly from the EAS


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