ATV ATVs Category

2010 Polaris Sportsman 400 H.O.

2010 Polaris Sportsman 400 H.O.
Built on a smaller platform that the XP or other larger Polaris utilities, the Sportsman 400 is nimble, great on tight trails and delivers a surprisingly athletic ride. The downside is much less storage, less hard-working capabilities and a hard-to-access battery. However, it still comes with IRS, digital...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Polaris, Utility | Read More

2010 Polaris Sportsman 300

2010 Polaris Sportsman 300
Riding on the same, smaller chassis as the Sportsman 400, the 300 combines a lightweight machine with limber handling, a comfortable suspension and easy, straightforward controls — a great quad for beginners. Key features include a liquid-cooled, carbureted engine, full floorboards, 8 inches of ground...
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2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330

2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330
Looking like a baby Scrambler, or a Trail Boss without racks, the Trail Blazer 330 is an economically priced two-wheel drive trail rider with a soft, long-travel suspension, manageable dimensions, easy single-lever braking and an all-new, dramatically improved look. It comes with 4.75 inches of ground...
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2010 Polaris Trail Boss 330

2010 Polaris Trail Boss 330
Basically a Trail Blazer with racks, the Trail Boss 330 has a front clip inspired by the Sportsman XPs, but can now work with the big boys with Lock & Ride compatibility on its front and rear racks. WHAT’S NEW: A larger, more comfortable seat, 25 percent better lighting, much better looks, thicker...
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2010 Suzuki King Quad 750 AXi 4×4

2010 Suzuki King Quad 750 AXi 4×4
Sitting atop the Suzuki lineup is the King Quad 750 available last year with power steering. The King Quad 750 AXi 4×4 has all the required amenities of this class: an independent rear; a smoother, powerful engine; a 4×4 system with a locking front diff and more. SPECIAL OPTIONS: The King Quad...
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2010 Suzuki King Quad 500 AXi 4×4 PS

2010 Suzuki King Quad 500 AXi 4×4 PS
The new-for-2009 King Quad 500 was a leap forward in chassis performance and comfort from the Vinson, its 500-class predecessor. The more powerful, responsive EFI engine and IRS were the most welcome upgrades and standard power steering makes the 500 AXi our Suzuki middleweight of choice. Standard features...
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2010 Suzuki King Quad 400 FS 4×4

2010 Suzuki King Quad 400 FS 4×4
The King Quad 400 is the smallest and cheapest member of the King family. With a solid rear axle it isn’t as plush as the IRS models but it’s plenty sporty and comfort is adequate. It’s a great machine for the jobsite that can also play well. COOL FEATURE: A handsome anniversary edition features...
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2010 Suzuki King Quad 450 AXi 4×4

2010 Suzuki King Quad 450 AXi 4×4
We pushed for this ATV to get power steering, but that was before we knew the 500 was coming. We like having both options and can live without the steering upgrade in exchange for its value. The 450 still exceeds performance expected from its displacement. This perennial favorite features EFI, 4×4...
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2010 Suzuki Ozark 250

2010 Suzuki Ozark 250
The Ozark 250 looks modern and sporty as opposed to stuffed with dated technology under industrial plastics. Its simplicity makes it economical to own and easy to maintain. The dual A-arm front suspension works better than many competitors single A-arm designs and the engine feels larger than a 246cc...
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2010 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto 4×4

2010 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto 4×4
One of the best selling, most durable and well rounded utility ATVs on the market, Yamaha’s Grizzly can easily tackle big jobs and aggressive trail rides in the same day. Grizzly 700s can be had with or without power steering (EPS), which is a fantastic feature. It also sports a comfortable platform,...
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