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I have been thinking of getting one of these in the future. I just really like the way they look and they seem like they would work well for what I want in an ATV
 

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We have had a pretty decent experience with Polaris in the past. Our unit mostly bought this because the price was right. We really don't have any complaints, except for the fact that there is no power. Also, I think Polaris should improve their clutches. Overall i would say Good machine with no power. what dou you say guys ?
 

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Yeh I think I have heard that before that they don't have too much power. But otherwise I have not heard anyone say anything negative.
 

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i would say, incase of polaris, the price factor is the major player. if you dont want your ATV to do something extra except for riding it, then its good.
 

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Well a lot of my friends like to really play when they are on their ATV's. I'm a girl and I personally don't get crazy. I like to pretty much just ride.
 

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then in that case you wont be needing too much power in your ATV. this should work just fine for you
Yeh that is what I was thinking. I really think this might be a good fit for me.
 

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I don't know what model you guys are running or are looking at buying. I picked up an 06 Sportsman 800 and I've got more than enough power from that machine. I do agree that the clutch is not ideal and some work could be done there. Polaris is great. Independant suspension all around with more clearance than everyone other than Canam (in 06 anyways) comes stock with a full aluminum skid plate from front to back they are the only ones that do that. Some come with plastic plates but I don't see them holding up all that long, At least not where I ride. All Wheel drive as opposed to what most machines are running which is four wheel drive. Makes turning a dream with it engaged, and as soon as you hit some soupy ground the front end locks up. Going form 2 to all wheel drive is just a flick of your left thumb on the fly. I'm loving my machine. looking back on my decision I wouldn't have done anything else.
 
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