2014 Polaris Sportsman Touring 850 H.O. EPS Solar Red
2014 Stock# 8273244
2014 Stock# 8273244
Extremely clean Sportsman 850 Touring. Won't last long.
The High-Output 850 Twin EFI engine with a SOHC cranks out 77 HP. It delivers amazing acceleration off the line with incredible power to the ground. Add-in a clean fuel burn and smooth power delivery with dual-balanced shafts and you’ve got the power and
Still the best automatic 4x4 system out there, the AWD engages all four tires when the rear wheels slip and you need more forward traction. Reverts back to 2WD when you don’t.
Work together to monitor and control downhill braking to give you optimum control and smooth, even deceleration during descents (less than 15 mph).
Large front storage has 8.2 gallons of capacity. For more storage, remove the passenger seat and Lock & Ride® hand grips and replace it with an optional Lock & Ride accessory box with 2.5-gallon capacity.
The radiator is raised high to keep it out of the mud; its large surface area provides more cooling capacity to your machine. And with a removable Lock & Ride® front box it's easily accessible and easier to clean.Smoothest Riding Features
The exclusive Comfort Ride Seat Suspension™ features a spring beneath the passenger seat, adding another 1" of travel to the 10.25" of travel on the legendary Polaris IRS. Our IRS is angled rearward for even greater comfort and to reduce squat while acceleration.
The smoothest, most responsive power steering available. Plus Variable Assist for easier steering at lower speeds. Our EPS let's you ride all day with less fatigue from steering.
Years of innovation and relentless tuning have refined the ride to a level unmatched in the industry. Rolled Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) angles the shocks rearward for 10.25" of travel leading to a smoother ride and less squat during acceleration.
With the engine rotated 90 degrees, riders enjoy wider floorboards and narrow vehicle width at the knees and ankles. The narrower seat reduces leg fatigue and increases rider comfort.
Placing the steering axis near the neutral center of the tire and having the long Dual A-Arm front suspension dramatically reduces kickback and minimizes rider fatigue that comes with jolts to the handlebars from trail and ground obstacles