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Polaris Enhances Youth ATVs for 2007
The Year of the 4-Stroke

Polaris continues to have the best-selling line of youth ATVs due to the enhancements the company offers year after year. For 2007, Polaris made the line even better by adding 4-stroke engines for a cleaner and quieter ride, and equipped the 90 cc vehicles with a bigger chassis for a better rider fit and comfortable ride. The youth line for 2007 includes the Predator 50 and the all-new Outlaw 90 and Sportsman 90.

The youth line includes all the popular features found on full-size Polaris ATVs, including an electric start and an automatic transmission making them safe, easy to use and fun to ride. The line provides parents and guardians with controls including a removable ignition key and electronic throttle safety control. Speed controls enable adults to set a maximum speed control limit.

Other safety features include daytime running lights to increase daytime visibility, full floorboards and heat shields to protect young riders. Polaris Youth ATVs purchased from an authorized dealer come with a high-visibility whip flag, DOT-approved helmet, speed limiter and safety video. In the U.S., dealers provide safety training for parents and rider with every purchase.

Outlaw 90The New Outlaw 90
Youth riders, 12-years and older, now can have an Outlaw of their very own.

Polaris brings the look of its revolutionary, sport quad to the youth market with the introduction of the Outlaw 90. A carbon copy in design of its adult counterpart, the Outlaw 90 boasts the same styling, graphics and attitude of its bigger brother, only in a smaller package.

The Outlaw 90 comes in two standard colors Black and White.

Sportsman 90Sportsman 90
The Sportsman 90 also is for riders 12-years and older. With five inches of rear suspension travel and a soft suspension calibration for a smooth ride, youth riders get a true Sportsman ride. To add to rider comfort, Polaris equipped the vehicle with a bigger chassis for 2007 making it the biggest little ATV Polaris has ever offered.

The Sportsman 90 looks like the full-sized Sportsman models with a cosmetic headlight pod, front and rear racks, front bumper and fender flares. All plastic and decals have been updated to match the adult versions.

The Sportsman 90 comes in two standard colors -- Sportsman Green and Red.

Predator 50Predator 50
The minimum age for the Predator 50 is six years old. To improve rider comfort, the Predator 50 features removable footwells to accommodate growth. It also has slightly narrower front tires for easier steering and better maneuverability.

The Predator 50 comes in two standard colors Black and White.

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