Polairs 330 Magnum 4×4 — Test Ride & Review — ATV Rider

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Polaris Magnum 4×4

that can serve as both utility rigs and solid performers are currently one of the hottest in the industry. Polaris has responded to demand by giving its Magnum a couple of legs up with price tags and more

The power increase is courtesy of an air-cooled four-… powerplant. the boost in displacement from 325 to for Polaris’ new motor may not seem the new unit breathes a little for 2003, with a larger Mikuni carburetor mixing the The Magnum also sports a new transmission that now includes a setting and is claimed to be easier to

Riding the 330 is a pleasure. Its engine good, solid power and is to respond. The suspension does a job of soaking up the bumps.

The solid-axle rear suspension planted in the corners and absorbs log with ease. You don’t get the ride of an independent rear as on Polaris’ Sportsman models, but the relatively long travel inches in the rear) gives it a ride when pounding technical terrain.

The on-demand is also a nice feature, for lighter steering in two-wheel-drive and traction when engaged. The on the right handlebar is simple to and the system engages seamlessly and

The transmission is a belt-driven dual-range We have a quibble with the engagement, which requires (or a bit of finesse) to change between and low. The ratios are such, that this is a minor

Trail rides saw the machine in pretty much all of the time, and low was only used for technical work or towing.

The gauges are but adequate. Standard features are a indicator, neutral and reverse and a high-temperature warning light. A trip- and hourmeter—is an optional

You turn the key to engage the starter in a car). Cold starting is a bit as it requires some finesse as the choke lever and the starter to be held. You’d need a hand to operate the throttle at the time. To make matters complex, our unit had a sticky switch, and the key had to be turned back to the starter.

We assume this is a not a common although it was a little troubling to it on a test machine.

Polaris Magnum 330
Polaris Magnum 330

The Magnum’s are controlled with a single on the handlebar and a foot-operated lever on the The single brake lever is not a and the plastic lever feels but the performance of the brakes overcame minor gripes. The brakes good feel, and stopping was exceptional, better than Open-class utility quads go for thousands more).

Guest testers—of various levels—loved the machine on the trail and in the and found the power ample being at all intimidating. Several of the were women, and they not be pried off of the machine. One was considering the Magnum, and the other ended a trail ride by suggesting to her that they buy several of the for family outings.

Despite the weighing in at an ample 637 pounds the capable chassis overcame the and the 330 felt light and easy to

The stock rack system is broad, plastic platforms, are handy and a bit easier on equipment the typical metal racks. capacity is good, at 1000 meaning the 330 could easily be to move light boats and around a property.

A bonus for hunters is the Magnum is in Mossy Oak New Breakup for an extra Something else for hunters to are Polaris’ body cover ($169.99) that come in Oak Camo or hunter orange. Polaris offers an impressive of optional equipment for hunters, utility and performance junkies.

that Polaris also a two-wheel-drive Magnum 330, retails for $4299, $800 than the four-wheel-drive model.

If you are for a trail/utility machine at a good the reasonable bump in the wallet, features and ease of operation of the 330 Polaris make it well consideration.

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