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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-24-2008, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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Polaris Adds Youth RANGER RZR to Model Year 2009 Line Up

What do you get when you combine the best-selling line of youth ATVs with the hottest side-by-side available? Introducing the new, youth RANGER RZR 170!



For youth riders 12 and up, the youth RANGER RZR 170 has a four-stroke, air-cooled, 169cc engine with electric start and an automatic transmission. Styled similar to its adult counterpart, the side-by-side has a sporty, aggressive look and holds a driver and passenger for double the fun.



Along with being an ultra-cool ride for kids, the youth RANGER RZR 170 includes all the safety features found on Polaris’ youth line up and more; a removable ignition key, electronic throttle safety control, daytime running lights, side nets, full cab frame, 3 point seat belts, color coded foot controls, parking brake, hydraulic disc brakes, and speed controls to enable adults to set a maximum speed control limit.



All Polaris Youth ATVs purchased from an authorized dealer come with a high-visibility whip flag, speed limiter and safety video. Accompanied with the Youth models is a DOT-approved helmet (2 helmets for the Ranger RZR 170) to teach kids the importance to wearing the proper safety gear. In the U.S., dealers provide safety training for parents and rider with every purchase.



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There was a correction from Polaris - dealerships do not provide safety training. Thanks!



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