Polaris is expanding its 2020 Side-by-Side line-up with the new General 1000 Sport model. Designed for the backcountry, Polaris boasts the General 1000 Sport has class-leading capability, comfort and style that the General models are known for.
Polaris added a new exterior color with eye-catching graphics. The springs are color matched to the unit. The General 1000 Sport comes with 12-inch aluminum wheels, all-wheel drive and a 100hp ProStar 1000 engine.
The General 1000 Sport features 12-inches of suspension travel and 12-inches of ground clearance, ensuring a smooth ride on the roughest of terrain. Inside there are bolstered bucket seats and standard half-doors. The dumping cargo box hauls up to 600lbs of gear. The General 1000 Sport can tow up to 1,500lbs.
Over 300 Polaris accessory options are available for the General 1000 Sport. You can pick this side-by-side up in Avalanche Gray at your local dealers in April for a starting price of $15,999 U.S. MSRP.
Polaris also announced a 2020 Outlaw 70 EFI youth ATV for riders six years and older. The Outlaw 70 replaces the popular Polaris Outlaw 50. The new ATV features single-lever disc brakes, enclosed engine and parent adjustable speed limiter. It also comes with an exclusive safety kit that includes helmet, safety tether, whip flag and training DVD. The Outlaw 70 EFI will start at $2,299 U.S. MSRP.