Customer Reviews

2011 Sportsman® 500 H.O.
Reviewer: Anonymous
From: Waterbury, Vermont, United States
Date: 02/27/2011
Rider Height: 5' 9"
Rider Weight: 215
Miles/Hours: 12 hours
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Specs: Woods Fun Center Specs
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Great ATV - No Regrets

I recently bought this ATV. I haven't found any dislikes. It will move snow like crazy. I traded my Rubicon in towards the 500 H.O. and haven't any regrets - it's a much faster and more powerful machine. My Polaris has a Glacier 3 plow system. This system is a must if you plow and play. It is easy to remove and hook up compared to my old plow. The plow could stand to be heavier but I haven't had any problem. I also have the 2500 lb. winch and wireless winch remote.

Upgrades/Accessories:  Glacier 3 plow, 2500LB winch, Wireless remote for winch and Polaris cover.

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