As early as 1998, the North Americans presented their Ranger, a vehicle that came with the all-wheel drive technology of an ATV and where the pilot and co-pilot could sit next to each other instead of behind each other. “The Ranger not only had to impress with power, it also had to underline its off-road qualities with outstanding handling and a higher load capacity than all competing models on the market,” says Mitchell Johnson, who, as the son of Polaris co-founder David Johnson, played a key role in the development of the utility Tarrain Vehicles (UTV) was involved. The market is now behaving a little differently – Polaris has had competition: the increased competition from Can-Am and Yamaha has put Polaris, as the top dog, under pressure.
Side-by-sides in the test: The big ones in comparison
You can read about which vehicle excels in which segments, how it fares in terms of performance and other features on pages 36 to 43 of the new issue of ATV&QUAD. ATV&QUAD MAGAZIN 03/04 is available at the following kiosks in Germany: > www.mykiosk.com / ATV&QUAD Magazin . In Austria and Switzerland, ATV&QUAD is available in well-stocked specialist magazine stores. imo
Contact: > BRP Germany
Contact: > Friedli vehicles
Contact: > Yamaha Switzerland
Contact: > IPS – Import Polaris & Sufag
Contact: > Polaris Germany
Contact: > Yamaha Austria
Contact: > Yamaha Motor Germany
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