2016 Polaris 800 X2 Manual
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Original review: Aug. 11, 2018 3 weeks ago we bought a Polaris Ranger 570 Crew 6 sitter and when we got it home and drive it there was a loud noise in the front differential.
I purchased a new 2011 Ranger 800 XP. My brand new 2016 Polaris Sportsman 450. Oil changes and maintenance was followed even closer than stated in the manual.
We had it 3 day and only drove it about 5 miles. It had 27 miles on it when we got it and it was brand new. We drove back to the shop and drove another one and it did not make the same noise.
We could not trade it in they said because of paper work. They took it back to the shop and worked on it for 1 week and still was not able to fix it. They said for us to drive it until the 20 hour break in time and see if it was get better. The company that we bought it from was in touch with Polaris but they still said their was nothing they could do. We had a Polaris 500 side by side 2 person for 12 years and we loved it.
That is why we bought another one but now we are not so sure. They are bringing it back tomorrow so we will see. Original review: Aug. 1, 2018 My Polaris Razor 2016 1000 4 Turbo has been a huge disappointment! As soon as I purchased it was on recall for 6 months and couldn't drive. The only offer from Polaris was to extend the warranty for 6 months.well should be a given since I couldn't drive it!
Polaris sent out another advisory in March of 2016 and Expired Dec 31st of 2017. We were promised by the dealer we would get a fan to help resolve the overheating problem. This never happened as they say Polaris wouldn't step up to pay for it. Original review: July 27, 2018 Do yourself a favor and do not purchase anything made by Polaris. Polaris makes a good product when it works but if there is any issues they will not stand by their product and will find any excuse to not honor their warranty. In October of 2016 I purchased a new 2016 Polaris Sportsman 570 EPS with extended warranty.
In the spring of 2017 the ATV began overheating several times in several different riding locations/conditions and with different riders operating it. I took the ATV to the Polaris dealership and after they completed 'diagnostics testing' they returned the ATV stating that nothing was wrong and that the issue was as a result of rider error only. Polaris advised me to continue to operate the ATV and return it if it overheated again. Original review: July 11, 2018 I bought a new 2017 Sportsman 450 H.O and I had a few problems even though it was brand new. Engineering Mechanics Dynamics Mcgraw Hill Solutions Manual. First the axles were defective, second my engine mounts needed to be replaced, third my radiator was defective so it was leaking coolant.
They fixed everything because it was within the 6 month manufacturer warranty. Now I have a defective voltage regulator, I went through 3 batteries so I took it to the dealer but they're only replacing the part, not the labor nor the diagnostic fee.
Basically I was told I have to purchase the extended warranty for it to Cover anything on it. Ktm 300 Exc 2018 Manual. I told the lady that in other words they really only guarantee the machine to be good for 6 months and after that they expect it to have problems. She didn't say anything.
I'm so disappointed with Polaris! I should of gone with Can-Am but now I know not to make the same mistake and buy another Polaris!
Original review: April 22, 2018 Polaris 2018 570 Sportsman - I had 5 MILES on this model and a fuse went out - Power Steering didn't work. So had to haul it back to town to have a fuse replaced and the computer reprogramed! Now there is a wrench sign and an hour glass sign that comes on when you start it. Back to town - again - 80 miles on it. I am 40 miles from the nearest dealer and trying to use this ATV while calving.
VERY UNHAPPY!!! From reading other reviews, I guess I'd better purchase the extended warranty. Original review: April 13, 2018 Have always owned Polaris ATV's and had alright performance, but they were a good ranch vehicle that could take more abuse than the other brands it seemed. Over the past 10 years though, they are getting cheaper built for more money. Polaris thinks so 'highly' of their piece of ** new ATV's. They only give you a 6 month warranty, which seems about right as in the 7 month things seem to fail!
Right now I have less than 300 miles on my 2017 Polari 570 EPS Utility Edition and have owned it a total of just over 7 months. It spits and sputters, even after having it into the dealership for the problem on not just this one, but also the 450 model I also purchased new at the same time. Blame was placed on the spark plugs, they were replaced, but are doing the same thing still, with no answers. Also I ranch, so my machines are used around cattle and at calving time we use them to bring in animals that have calved. Been using the machines this way for over 20 years with very few issues. My brand new machine was tooling along bringing a mama and her baby, and the POS plastic throttle lever snapped!!!
I am finding out this is an issue many are having and Polaris has been made aware of the issue, but don't bother to do anything, just ignore this faulty part on the machine. Also when I went to replace it, they have now installed specialty 5pt security Torx screws so you either have to purchase the correct bit, or take it to your dealer for about a 5 minute replacement job which will cost 50 to 100 service call depending on the dealer! Also the front lid/box area, which wasn't needed to being with, has a piece of ** plastic hinge that and bracket that WILL break at the slightest bump from anything, especially in the cold climate I live in. Probably alright for a city slicker, who trail rides a groomed trail on the weekend, but for a working man this design is CRAP!!!
Had a mama literally just bump the side of it and broke it pieces, now being held on with just some bungee straps until I have time to fix it. There is really no 'front end' on the machines any longer, just a plastic shell for un-needed storage, crappy light plastic lid with a **7-inch plastic hinge!!! What a piece of junk in my opinion. Let's not forget the location of the batter underneath mounted down by the frame off the ground where ALL the mud and snow can gather ALL the time. Also it is not accessible very easy and makes for an unpleasant job unlike where they used to be mounted, under the seat, you know where everyone could access and/or replace them without the headache of what has been created now! Nice job Polaris engineers with fancy degrees who probably don't even ride or work outside with the machines they are designing! This brings me to the oil filter and drain plug!
Wow Polaris, nice ** on this one! You can see the filter, but you can't touch it or get to it. I had to actually order a filter socket to use with an extension to access this remote filter, again down under the damn machine in the mud and everything else, to remove it! Then there is the drain plug, had to again order in a hex head socket, put on an extension, and then go up through a small access hole in the frame to reach it.
Let's just say, I don't own a damn ATV lift, never needed one, and this is a pain in the butt to do now as well as making a huge mess in comparison to the old models with the filter and plug accessible from the side of the machine. Was about a 10-15 minute job and done. But NOT anymore, took me about an hour to complete it and was not a positive result! So that is just the things in the short 7 months of ownership of this Piece of ** that Polaris is now selling and I will not be purchasing another machine from them in the future. I liked the Yamaha's I looked at when buying this one, but couldn't make a decent deal to trade in my 07 Polaris, wish I would have just taken the hit, and did it now.
I will really be looking in the next few years at the other brands and hopefully I can find something I like. It's a damn ATV, and all this electronic, plastic, fancy rim, sleek, and 'pretty' crap ISN'T needed nor wanted by most who actually use these machines for work! That's my rant, and my advice to anyone looking at purchasing a new machine is: 'DON'T PURCHASE A POLARIS of any kind, find a different brand with better customer service and backing. At the time, Kawasaki was offer a pretty good warranty with 1 yr, nobody else was offering that unless you purchased an additional 6 months! Take care, and steer clear of POLARIS if you can! Original review: March 24, 2018 A real LEMON.
My son bought me a brand new 2016 Polaris RZR 1000 to use to ride around the farm and check fence. I am almost 60 years old and a grandmother. I rode this ATV easy and had Polaris change the oil and service it. It has a mere 40 hours on it. The engine blew up for no apparent reason. The Polaris mechanic stated the cylinders were very tight in the engine and appeared to be bored that way.
Polaris is refusing to stand by their product because they say it's out of warranty. They won't help even though their mechanic states the engine wasn't exactly right from the factory. It will now cost us $4500 to replace the engine.
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