2018 Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE Preview
Engine: 149cc Single
Designed for drivers 10 years and older, the new Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE is available in time for the holidays. Would this be the best Christmas present ever? 10-year-old me would have likely passed out if I unwrapped that on Christmas morning.
Check out the full press release on the new 2018 Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE below:
Polaris, the industry leader in youth off-road vehicles, today announced its popular single-seat Polaris ACE 150 EFI will be available in a new, race-inspired, limited-edition model for the holidays. As the industry’s only single-seat, youth vehicle with a protective cab frame, the ACE 150 EFI lineup provides parents with another option for youth powersports enthusiasts.
The new ACE 150 EFI LE maintains all of the features that made the ACE 150 EFI a top-choice for youth 10 years old and older – a 150cc, electronic fuel injected (EFI) engine with four speed-limit modes, adjustable seat, tilt steering, 6 inches of rear suspension travel, 9-inches of ground clearance and large 22-inch tires – and adds several new, exciting features for the trail. The ACE 150 EFI LE features color-matched components including: springs, A-arms, slider bars, the protective cage, and front and rear bumper. Each vehicle also sports an individually numbered race plate.
The ACE 150 EFI LE comes standard with LED daytime running lights, seatbelt, side nets, whip flag and parking brake. Also provided is a training video explaining safe vehicle operation and a color-matched, DOT-approved helmet to reinforce the importance of always wearing proper safety gear.
The Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE joins Polaris’ expansive youth lineup with vehicles available for children six to 14 years old. The line-up includes the Phoenix 200, Outlaw and Sportsman 110 EFI, Outlaw 50, RZR 170 EFI and ACE 150 EFI. The new Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE retails for $3,999 and is expected to arrive in dealerships in early November.
Adult supervision is required for all riders under 16. Polaris strongly encourages anyone operating an ORV to take available training. In the United States, the ATV Safety Institute’s RiderCourse training is available through the SVIA, at ATVsafety.org or 800-887-2887. The ROV E-Course and hands-on DriversCourse (for SxS vehicles such as the RZR 170 EFI) are available through ROHVA, at rohva.org or 866-267-2751.
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