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2006 Trail Blazer 250
Polaris ATV continues to be a reliable, easy favorite among adult riders

Trail Blazer 250The full-size Trail Blazer 250 continues to be a popular choice for ATV riders. This ATV is both fun and easy to ride. Its sporty engine and long-travel suspension gives new riders a sense of comfort and confidence, and that experience provides a great introduction to the sport of ATV riding.

Exclusive Polaris components make the Trail Blazer 250 unique among competitors in the 250 class. Polaris will continue all of these features in 2006. Among them are several that dealers and owners say they like most.

One of the favorites is a simple key start that allows riders to easily climb on and go. In motion, there is no shifting to complicate the ride. The all-time best-selling Polaris Variable Transmission (PVT) continually senses engine speed and vehicle torque load, and provides the proper amount of power to the rear wheels.

That power is delivered via a reliable, low-maintenance Polaris Concentric Drive System. This system optimizes the power reaching the ground so that riders get a better, more consistent performance.

Front and rear suspension systems make the Trail Blazer easier to handle and smoother to ride. A gas-charged twin-tube shock delivers 10.5 inches of suspension travel. That is more than twice the rear suspension travel of competitors. In front, a MacPherson strut delivers 8.2 inches of travel.

Braking is also made easier on the Trail Blazer 250 with Polaris’ single-lever all-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. The Trail Blazer has a 3.5 gallon fuel tank, mechanical fuel gauge, headlight and tail light/brake light.

The PVT uses a belt backed by a Polaris lifetime limited warranty.

The 2006 Trail Blazer is available in White with all new graphics.

Trail Blazer 250 SPECIFICATIONS
Engine
Engine Type 2-stroke
Displacement 244 cc
Carburetion Mikuni 30mm VM
Cooling Air
Starting Electric w/ recoil backup
Drivetrain
Final Drive Concentric chain
Transmission F/N/R
Drive System Automatic PVT
EBS (Engine Braking System) Accessory
Suspension
Front Suspension MacPherson strut w/ 8.2/20.8 in/cm travel
Rear Suspension Progressive rate swing arm w/ 10.5/26.7 in/cm travel
Brakes
Front/Rear Brakes Single-lever hydraulic disc w/ hydraulic rear foot brake
Tires
Front Tires 23 x 7 - 10
Rear Tires 22 x 11 - 10
Dimensions/Capacities
Wheelbase 48/121.9 in/cm
Turning Radius (inside tire) 63/160 in/cm
Dry Weight 461/209.1 lbs/kg
Length/Width/Height 75/46/47, 190.5/116.8/119.4 in/cm
Seat Height 34/86.4 in/cm
Fuel Capacity 3.5/13.2 U.S. gallons/L
Hitch / Type Accessory
Hitch Towing Capacity* Accessory
Hitch Tongue Weight* Accessory
Ground Clearance 5.5/13.9 in/cm
Instrumentation/Features
Gauge Type Instrument Panel
Speedometer/Odometer Accessory
Tripmeter Accessory
Hourmeter Accessory
Gear Indicator N/R Light
Fuel Gauge Mechanical
Warning Lights Low Oil
DC Outlet Accessory
Colors
Colors White
MSRP
MSRP (US$) 3599 MSRP (US$)
MSRP (CAN$) 5199 MSRP (CAN$)


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