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PostSubject: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:19 am

POLARIS INTRODUCES RANGER RZR 570

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011



Since 2008, Polaris has introduced a new RANGER RZR model every year and Model Year 2012 will be no different, introducing the new RANGER RZR 570, the second trail-capable side-by-side in the RANGER RZR family.

Priced at $9,999, the single-cylinder unit offers a value trail machine that stays true to the RANGER RZR family promise of being the ultimate combination of power, suspension and agility.

"The launch of the RANGER RZR 800 introduced the industry to the first trail-capable Side-by-Side,' said Matt Homan, vice president and general manager of Polaris' Off-Road Division. "With the success of the RANGER RZR 800, we saw the need for a single-cylinder model at a price point that will allow more customers to enter the trail-capable Side-by-Side segment."

At the heart of the RANGER RZR 570 is an all-new ProStar 570 single cylinder, DOHC, electronic fuel injected engine. The engine is the second in the ProStar family, made specifically for Side-by-Side vehicles, which also includes the ProStar 900 introduced earlier this year in the RANGER RZR XP 900. The ProStar 570 has 650 watts of stator output and features a removable cargo bed floor and a wet sump for easy serviceability.

To complement the new engine, Polaris equipped the RANGER RZR 570 with a new transmission that was specifically built to optimize the power of the new ProStar engine. Its optimized gear geometry means more power to the ground, less driveline noise and lighter weight. The innovative design, first featured on the RANGER RZR XP 900, features a helical cut final drive with high torque capacity to maximize efficiency.

To tackle the rugged trail, the RANGER RZR 570 features an all-new, ultra smooth Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) with specifically-designed geometry that provides 9.5-inches of travel in the rear. The front suspension features Dual A-Arms with 9-inches of suspension travel.

Coupling the front and rear suspension with a 77-inch long wheelbase, pre-load adjustable ZF Sachs Shocks on all four corners and exclusive front and rear anti-sway bars that keep the chassis flat while cornering, gives the RANGER RZR 570 the ability to soak up anything the trail can throw in its way.

Since the launch of the RANGER RZR 800 in 2008, Polaris has been the only manufacturer to offer a trail-capable Side-by-Side. At 50 inches wide, the RANGER RZR 570 is the second trail-capable model in the family. Built with the patented design that places the engine behind the seat, the RANGER RZR 570 has a low center of gravity delivering agile, razor-sharp handling on the trail.

When the trail gets rough, the vehicle's True All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system puts the 50-inch width to work in and out of corners.

It's the easiest-to-use and fastest responding on-demand system that automatically engages all four wheels when forward traction is needed and it reverts back to two-wheel drive automatically when AWD is no longer needed. The system provides easier steering, less wear and tear on driveline components, and maximum power when you need it most.

For comfort, RANGER RZR 570 also sports comfortable ergonomics with tilt steering offering the widest range of motion, adjustable hand rails and seats. Safety features include a Certified Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) and side nets designed for easy in-and-out access. For gear, the unit features a new, rear 300 lb capacity, flat cargo box with Lock & Ride accessory technology and built-in rack extenders to maximize carrying capacity.

Offered in Indy Red, RANGER RZR 570 will be available at Polaris dealerships late fall. More information about Polaris' whole line of Off-Road Vehicle offerings can be found online at www.Polaris.com.


http://www.atvmag.com/article.asp?nid=2137

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Props to Polaris on being responsive to the UTV market -- not just with the RZR-S and XP, but also with trying to make the cost of entry more affordable. Still think Yamaha made a big mistake in discontinuing the 450, for example...


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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:48 am

Hey a pig feeder model, that should make some happy lol!
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:55 am

Not sure I'd want to brag about a pig-feeder with no hauling capacity...

You might want to think of another way to ridicule anyone who doesn't have exactly what you do...


In today's economy, you're lucky to have a good job (or any job for that matter), much less one that will allow you to have $15,000 - $20,000 toys that you must constantly sink even more money in, either to keep them running, or to "keep up the Joneses" on the latest bling...


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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:03 pm

Hey, Polaris advertises the RZR 800 as 0-35MPH in 3.8 seconds.

They advertise the new RZR 570 as 0-35 in 4.0 seconds.

Looks like the new 570 is going to have some ass to it.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:07 pm

Well, to be honest, if you look around, you can find standard 800 RZR models for less than 10k. I am not sure why the MSRP on this one is $9999. I would think something like 7999-8499 would be more appropriate if lower cost was the end goal. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:07 pm

AIRBORNE wrote:
Well, to be honest, if you look around, you can find standard 800 RZR models for less than 10k. I am not sure why the MSRP on this one is $9999. I would think something like 7999-8499 would be more appropriate if lower cost was the end goal. scratch



Chris, that's only the MSRP, just like the MSRP for the 2012 RZR 800 is $11,299 - i.e. $1300 more. What the going retail price of these will be has yet to be determined. Probably somewhere in the mid-to-high $8K range.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:40 pm

2Slow4U wrote:
Not sure I'd want to brag about a pig-feeder with no hauling capacity...

You might want to think of another way to ridicule anyone who doesn't have exactly what you do...


In today's economy, you're lucky to have a good job (or any job for that matter), much less one that will allow you to have $15,000 - $20,000 toys that you must constantly sink even more money in, either to keep them running, or to "keep up the Joneses" on the latest bling...

First it was a FN joke , second I wasn't the one who started the "Pig feeder" crap, third, if you got inferiority issues about your choice of machine, lay them on somebody who gives a shit.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:58 pm

GunRunner wrote:
2Slow4U wrote:
Not sure I'd want to brag about a pig-feeder with no hauling capacity...

You might want to think of another way to ridicule anyone who doesn't have exactly what you do...


In today's economy, you're lucky to have a good job (or any job for that matter), much less one that will allow you to have $15,000 - $20,000 toys that you must constantly sink even more money in, either to keep them running, or to "keep up the Joneses" on the latest bling...

First it was a FN joke , second I wasn't the one who started the "Pig feeder" crap, third, if you got inferiority issues about your choice of machine, lay them on somebody who gives a shit.



Struck a nerve, eh? Good!



BTW, the "pig-feeder" references around here have been about Arctic Cats, regardless of which model... and done in self-deprecating humor by people who own them.



So, you're way off target, in addition to being off base...
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:40 pm

thatsright thatsright lol! roflmao lol!
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:09 pm

2Slow4U wrote:
GunRunner wrote:
2Slow4U wrote:
Not sure I'd want to brag about a pig-feeder with no hauling capacity...

You might want to think of another way to ridicule anyone who doesn't have exactly what you do...


In today's economy, you're lucky to have a good job (or any job for that matter), much less one that will allow you to have $15,000 - $20,000 toys that you must constantly sink even more money in, either to keep them running, or to "keep up the Joneses" on the latest bling...

First it was a FN joke , second I wasn't the one who started the "Pig feeder" crap, third, if you got inferiority issues about your choice of machine, lay them on somebody who gives a shit.



Struck a nerve, eh? Good!



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Sorry Kent, id have to give a rats ass about what you think or say to do that and believe me i dont in the least. thatsright roflmao
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:59 pm

GunRunner wrote:
[Sorry Kent, id have to give a rats ass about what you think or say to do that and believe me i dont in the least.



Well, if you don't care what I think or say, why did you jump into this thread initally and then come back to it after I said something else? You've now twice demonstrated that what you just said is total BS... wanna go for three?
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:46 pm

wvyankee2 wrote:
Hey, Polaris advertises the RZR 800 as 0-35MPH in 3.8 seconds.

They advertise the new RZR 570 as 0-35 in 4.0 seconds.

Looks like the new 570 is going to have some ass to it.



Probably done with lower gearing, like the Rhinos were. Have you seen any indication to top end anywhere? If they can get that kind of acceleration, yet about 45 MPH (or so) top end, this could be a fun trail vehicle.



Other than Windrock's gravel roads, how often to you really need anything over 25-30 MPH on the trails?
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 7:14 pm

Come on Kent you have been with me drive
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 7:50 pm

roadiestar wrote:
Come on Kent you have been with me drive
Yeah, and I can't afford all the tires and repairs you contend with either.... roflmao

BTW, how many fenders does your RZR have left on it? pot
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:18 pm

2Slow4U wrote:



Probably done with lower gearing, like the Rhinos were. Have you seen any indication to top end anywhere? If they can get that kind of acceleration, yet about 45 MPH (or so) top end, this could be a fun trail vehicle.



Other than Windrock's gravel roads, how often to you really need anything over 25-30 MPH on the trails?


Actually yes, the gearing is different, but the motor does put out 45 HP. Same as the Teryx. Although the torque is less, still a powerful 570 motor.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:10 am

2Slow4U wrote:
wvyankee2 wrote:
Hey, Polaris advertises the RZR 800 as 0-35MPH in 3.8 seconds.

They advertise the new RZR 570 as 0-35 in 4.0 seconds.

Looks like the new 570 is going to have some ass to it.





Other than Windrock's gravel roads, how often to you really need anything over 25-30 MPH on the trails?

May not need it all the time, but it sure is nice to have it when you come back up on the haul roads after crawling up out of the hollows. I personally think speed gets me in trouble, but it sure is FUN!! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:15 am

2Slow4U wrote:
roadiestar wrote:
Come on Kent you have been with me drive
Yeah, and I can't afford all the tires and repairs you contend with either.... roflmao

BTW, how many fenders does your RZR have left on it? pot

There is a damn big pile of rzr fenders out there somewhere. Let me know if anyone finds it. I would say if you find a huge pile of un-mated socks....the fenders cant be far away.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 11:49 am

I'm going to guess the top speed on the 570 will be 55mph.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:11 pm

Stakk wrote:
I'm going to guess the top speed on the 570 will be 55mph.



OK... 55MPH with 0-35 in 4.0 seconds. For about $9K retail, give or take.



IMO, that'll definitely sell...
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:06 pm

2Slow4U wrote:
Stakk wrote:
I'm going to guess the top speed on the 570 will be 55mph.



OK... 55MPH with 0-35 in 4.0 seconds. For about $9K retail, give or take.



IMO, that'll definitely sell...

I dont know for sure on the top speed, but all the RZR 800 models are now from 60-63mph they advertise, so 55 on this model is an educated guess.... I'm curious to see for sure.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Fri Jul 29, 2011 5:00 pm

I'm sure it will go at least 50mph anyway. drive
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:40 am

I thought the price seemed kind of high my self. If the point was to open up the sport SxS market with a lower priced entry level machine its not really there.. I mean come on Going from a 11k MSRP to a 10k MSRP. Most people on a tight budget finance the machine anyway. Whats that do lower the payment 30 bucks? Oh yeah that will open the market Way up.. I would really expect the MSRP to be in the 8,500 range and real world selling price down in the high 7s. I guess wish full thinking since I know a few people that would like a sport SxS but simply won't pay their asking price. Heck even my dad gave mine a look until I told him he could find a used one for about 8500.
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PostSubject: Re: New RZR 570   Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:58 am

8ball_99 wrote:
I thought the price seemed kind of high my self. If the point was to open up the sport SxS market with a lower priced entry level machine its not really there.. I mean come on Going from a 11k MSRP to a 10k MSRP. Most people on a tight budget finance the machine anyway. Whats that do lower the payment 30 bucks? Oh yeah that will open the market Way up.. I would really expect the MSRP to be in the 8,500 range and real world selling price down in the high 7s. I guess wish full thinking since I know a few people that would like a sport SxS but simply won't pay their asking price. Heck even my dad gave mine a look until I told him he could find a used one for about 8500.

I have to agree with Will. However, I think there is one thing everyone is missing here. Polaris is a company that is in the busniess of making money. I would guess the 570 engine is a two brid with one stone thing. But they are mainly trying to make more money.


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