2000 Polaris Trail Blazer Specsby Emily Rogers
The 2000 Polaris Trail Blazer 250 has an original MSRP of $3,199. Trail Blazers have been known as a great first-time quad for those wanting to cruise off-road trails. However, according to many reviews, including those from ATV Fan’s website, the Polaris Trail Blazers are not ideal for those looking for the fastest speed, or those looking to ride through the roughest of off-road trails.
The 2000 Polaris Trail Blazer 250 is powered by a 244-cc, 2-stroke, air-cooled and oil-injected engine. The total fuel capacity is 4.0 gallons. The 2000 Trail Blazer also features an electric starting system with a recoil backup.
The 2000 Trail Blazer 250 includes a Polaris Variable Transmission, with E-Z shift for forward and reverse. Additionally, there is a rear 2-wheel concentric drive system.
The 2000 Polaris Trail Blazer’s brake system features a front single-lever hydraulic disc, as well as a hydraulic rear foot brake. There is also Macpherson strut front suspension, with 6.7 inches of travel. The rear suspension includes a Progressive rate swing arm, with 8.2 inches of travel.
The total dry weight of the 2000 Trail Blazer is 440 pounds. The length is 74.5 inches, the width is 46.5 inches and the height is 46.0 inches. Additionally, the wheelbase totals out to 49.75 inches.
Emily Rogers began writing professionally in 2005. She has written several featured articles for "Runway Magazine," as well as over 300 articles for various online magazines. Rogers attended Estrella Mountain College.