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new Scrammy and TB looks like and Outlaw ....

2010 Scrambler 500 4x4 ATV


The 2010 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4 ATV is the World's Most Trail-Worthy 4x4 Sport ATV. Is has been redesigned from chassis to suspension to styling - an all-around incredible-performing ATV for trail riding where you need big, reliable power and traction. Key features are:

498cc High Output Engine
On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
Automatic Transmission

Find out more about its features, specifications, pricing, comparisons, reviews, acce, videos, images, 360 views, custom brochures, downloads, and locate your nearest dealer that has the Scrambler 500 4x4 ATV.

FEATURE DESCRIPTION SCRAMBLER 500 4X4
Engine Type
4-Stroke Single Cylinder

Displacement (cc) 498cc
Fuel System
Carbureted

Cooling Type Liquid X X
Final Drive
Concentric chain (Rear) Shaft (Front)

Transmission Automatic PVT F/N/R
Drive System
On-Demand True AWD/2WD

Engine Braking System Accessory
Front Suspension
MacPherson Strut with 8.2 in. (20.8 cm) Travel

Rear Suspension Progressive-Rate Swingarm with 10.5 in. (26.7 cm) Travel
Front Brake
Single Lever Hydraulic disc

Rear Brake Hydraulic rear foot brake
Front Tires
23 x 8-12

Rear Tires 22 x 11-10
Wheels
Stamped Steel

Parking Brake Park in Transmission
Wheelbase
48.5 in. (122 cm)

Dry Weight 559 lb. (253.6 kg.)
Length/Width/Height
75 in./45 in./49 in. (190.5 cm/114.3 cm/124.5 cm)

Seat Height 35 in. (89 cm)
Ground Clearance
4.75 in. (12.1 cm)

Fuel Capacity 4 gal. (15 ltr.)
Bed Box Dimension/Capacity
N/A

Front Rack N/A
Rear Rack/Box Capacity
N/A

Payload Capacity N/A
Hitch Towing Rating
850 lb. (385.6 kg.)

Unbraked Trailer Towing Capacity

*Based on EU Directive 76/432/EC 1,263 lb. (572.9 kg.)
Cargo System
N/A

Hitch / Type Accessory
Instrumentation
N/R Light, Fuel Gauge, Hi-Temp Light

MSRP: US $6,399
MSRP: CAN
$8,199
 

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Hmmmm, an Outlaw headlight! :)
 

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Well... while I'm not a fan of the new look of the Outlaw, it's a HUGE improvement for the Scrambler!!!

Now if they'd just put the 800 in it...

Rob
 

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WOW, Polaris went slightly above the standard "Bold New Graphics" for the scrammy this year. I'm impressed!
 

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I really like this new look and even better Robs idea of 800. Give the Rendegade a little competetion. That is a hard quad to beat but would be in the same Sport/Utility class.
 

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I think Polaris knows they haven't really done anything with the Scrambler in ages, and this is a way of them testing the waters to see if the change drums up enough interest to do more with it.

If there IS, then I think we'll see a new XP-based Scrambler in the next few years (meaning no more struts mainly, MAYBE even IRS)... otherwise it will likely stay as it is until sales drop off enough to kill it.

Meanwhile I'd really like them to put the 850 motor and EPS in the RZR.

Rob
 

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I agree and think they will fully update it in the next 2 years, expecially if the Renni sell well at the price they ask for em.
 
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