2020 Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI Preview
Polaris has the deepest lineup of Youth ATVs in the industry and the new Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI is the new entry level offering.
The new Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI ($2299 MSRP) comes loaded from the factory with safety features, which is what parents of new riders should be excited about. It also comes with electronic fuel injection, which means easier cold starts.
“Polaris is committed to growing the off-road community, and it starts with putting the customer at the center of everything we do,” said Steven Menneto, president of Off Road, Polaris. “The Outlaw 70 EFI brings innovative safety features in a youth ATV that is designed to accommodate next-generation riders as they grow, providing peace of mind and long-term value that parents will appreciate.”
Designed for riders six-years old and up, the Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI replaces the Outlaw 50. Safety features include single-lever disc brakes, enclosed engine, and parent-adjustable speed limiter. On top of this, a new Outlaw 70 purchase will come with a new helmet, safety tether, training DVD and whip flag.
Powering the Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI is a 70cc single-cylinder engine. Larger and more powerful than the Outlaw 50 engine, this means young riders will be able to stay with this ATV for a longer time as they continue to grow and improve their off-road skills.
Polaris has a selection of accessories available for its newest outlaw, including LED lights, front and rear bumpers, storage bag, windshield, and decal kit.
The Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI is available in White/Red or White/Pink and will be available in dealerships in April.
Polaris Outlaw 70 EFI Specs
|70cc 4-Stroke Single Cylinder
|Eletronic Fuel Injection
|Automatic, Forward Only, CVT
|Single A-Arm with 4 in. (10.16 cm) Travel
|Mono Shock Swingarm with 4 in. (10.16 cm) Travel
|Hydraulic Disc, 1 Per Wheel/Hydraulic Disc, Axle Mounted
|Length x Width x Height
|56″ L x 35.5″ W x 35.25″ H
|Rear Rack Capacity
|LED Running Lights, Single Rear Breakelight/Taillight
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