When the first Polaris Ace was introduced, it gave off-road enthusiasts a whole new way to enjoy UTVs. Single-seat sport machines have a lot of great characteristics, and one of the most desirable is affordability. The Ace is a trail-width sport UTV with a small cargo bed and a 1.25-inch trailer hitch. Its 48-inch width makes it even more compact than 50-inch-wide trail machines. It’s easy to transport in a full-size pickup, so you don’t need a trailer as with wider, larger UTVs.
The Ace has MacPherson-strut front suspension. The non-adjustable struts offer about 8 inches of travel, enough for a 48-inch-wide machine. You can drive this little machine pretty hard, and the suspension handles it!
There are double A-arms with spring preload-adjustable shocks and a sway bar in the rear. Travel is 9.5 inches.
The seating area is roomy enough for a 6-foot adult, and it’s easier to get in and out of than a RZR. The seat and steering wheel are adjustable.
The Ace is powered by a four-valve, single-overhead-cam engine, mated to a belt-type, fully automatic, dual-range continuously variable transmission. It has selectable 2WD/4WD with an automatic-locking front differential. In 4WD the speed-sensitive differential keeps the Ace in 2WD until the rear wheels slip. The instant the front differential detects rear-wheel slip, the front differential locks and all four wheels are driving. Strong low-end power makes slow, difficult sections easy to deal with on it, and it can maintain a respectably quick pace on twisty trails and in hilly terrain. Single-seat UTVs are light, quick, compact, easy to handle, easy to transport and far less expensive than most larger machines. It has 2,114 Miles/ 152 Hours on it. It has been fully serviced, and it is ready for your off road adventures!!!