Polaris Sportsman 700 Specsby John London
The Polaris Sportsman 700 is a rather large all-terrain vehicle, or ATV, produced by Polaris Industries between 2002 and 2007. The ATV Rider Online, a Web-based magazine about all-terrain vehicles, gives a favorable review of the 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI, the latest model of this ATV, noting that the quad performs well at high altitudes and in cold weather.
Physical Measurements and Capacities
The ATV is 83 inches long, 48 inches wide and 48 inches high. The wheelbase measures 50.8 inches. The 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI has 11.3 inches of ground clearance. The seat is 34 inches high. The vehicle weighs 748 pounds and has a 1500-pound towing capacity.
The 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI (electronic fuel injection) belongs to a class of 700 cc ATVs. It has a powerful 683 cc four-stroke twin-cylinder engine. The engine is liquid-cooled. It is starter by an electric starter.
The 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI is equipped with a MacPherson strut front suspension with 8.2 inches of wheel travel, and a fully independent rear suspension with an anti-roll bar and 9.5 inches of rear wheel travel. The quad features single-lever hydraulic disc front and rear brakes. The vehicle has 26 by 8R12 front tires and larger 26 by 11R12 back tires. The ATV also comes with such standard instruments as a speedometer, tachometer and tripmeter. A new 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI cost $7,699.