2012 Polaris Ranger RZR 570 UTV Review




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Kyle Binter: Was this filmed in Crandon Wi. That creek with the hill right after it was my favorite place as a kid, Swamp Creek. Please who ever made this video let me know cuz im 98% sure and its bugging me

Thomas Gloeckner: what is the song called because i heard this before

The RC Collector: Very nice car! How many litres of patrol does it need??

Thomas Gloeckner: what is the starting song called

chevyman6033: I had the same issue, I bought the 800 and I simply love it, the rear and engine placement is a little more thought out on the 800, and the 800 has easier access to the preload and its more of a comfortable ride. 

Keewee: Thank you so much for your opinion and the information. In my opinion, the price difference isn't enough to make much difference, so I guess I'll go for the 800. I'm curious, do you know the rebuild cycle for a rzr engine? How many hours can I expect to get from the engine? I guess the 2 cylinder would last longer than the single but will cost more to rebuild?

ATV.com: The RZR 570 and RZR 800 are both 50 inches wide. The 570 is actually a little longer (38cm to be exact), though it's a touch lighter and has the same wheelbase. Not sure what the price difference is in Australia, but if it's not a big issue the 800 would be our choice. 

Keewee: I cant decide between this or the 800. The speed demon in me tells me to go for the higher capacity, wider machine but I mostly want to ride bush trails (I live in Australia), and will ride with a lot of quad bikes. Im thinking the narrower machine might suit me better, plus it would be easier to transport. Which one would you go for? I don't want an underpowered machine! Thanks for your help :)

Thomas Gloeckner: what is the song at the start called 

mhtoter: thr teryx 750 tops out at about 60 in high and 35 in low

ATV.com: Both the Rhino 700 and Teryx 750 top out around 40mph also. 40 mph is more than fast enough to keep you entertained on the majority of trails.

ATV.com: Glad you liked it. Send a photo to our facebook page when it gets good and dirty.

ATV.com: That's a tough question. The RZR XP 900 is awesomely fun to ride - especially in the open desert. However, if you spend more time in tight trails or have any kind of work to do the Commander makes more sense.

sh1ftydog: This was shot in Michigan's UP near Houghton.

Ethan Fragalw: So*

Ethan Fragalw: I want one solo bad

Epic Trekker: Loved your review so much I recommended the 570 to my step-dad and he bought one! We have yet to get it dirty, but just driving it around it feel very capable and peppy.

logan hite: That thing looks small

princecody: so what atv is the best atv hands down for 2012, polaris 900 or Canam commander 1000?

j58bear: Dinky ass thing prolly only does 40mph just get an 800
Rating:
2012 Polaris Ranger RZR 570 UTV Review 5 out of 5

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