2021 RANGER 570 Full-Size Sagebrush Green is rated out of 5 by 419.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Patricia from Ranger 570 full size Polaris has fallen below the mark in its new product line I owned a 2015 and the new 2022 are lighter weight noisy and poorly constructed. They removed storage under the seats which allows mud to pack under the seats and on components. The poly cover does not cover the windshield so water runs down on the dash inside. Everything has been cut in quality and convenience . The overhead gun racks are a hazard and will not hold. In rough terrain they fall on you head causing a safety hazard. They should make the back window so gun racks can be placed there. They need under seat storage even if it is aftermarket product The unit is too lightweight and noisy for hunting or heavy work.
Date published: 2022-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by Faith from 2018 Ranger 570 full-size After trying it once on the farm I put it up on consignment to get rid of it ASAP. 1. too noisy around the animals, 2. to much mesh at the entries to get your feet with ice grippers caught in as well as seniors and kids , 3. hard to steer it, 4. seatbelt issues when you have to constantly get in and out of the machine to feed groups of animals. Even attaching the belt behind you causes you to constantly be poke by the sealbelt attachment. Overall a very poor comparison to the 2009 (700) I have. I want a total refund or sale ASAP.
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by larry t from weak battery my deer club has 4 members that bought a 2018- 570 efi since last sept and one guy bought a 900. the problem we are having is that the 14 amp battery just can not hold up when it gets real cold. we only hunt on the weekends and if the 570 sits a week and then you come to hunt sometimes we have to put the battery charger on it so the motor will turn over. i under stand only the power steering models have the 30 amp battery. the battery is just to darn weak for the motor. this should not be the case on four brand new machines.so now i am forced to buy a bigger battery on a machine i only have 90 -100 hours on it. not fair.
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from So far, so good I bought the vehicle in late May, and now have 31 miles on it. it’s popped out of gear several times. I hope that doesn’t get worse. The gear shifter is kinda stiff; perhaps I didn’t have it as solidily engaged as I should have; but it was going along, and then I’m in “N” (neutral). I like the vehicle fine. It seems tough, overall. Gas mileage doesn’t seem great; the first full tank is down to two indicators (from 8) and i’ve been 31 miles. I know i’ll get lots of utility out of it as time passes. I tried to upload a couple of photos, but it was taking forever. I’ll try again. ...screw it.
Date published: 2019-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Caravan from Very overrated and poor craftsmanship I bought this machine in March and have been throughly disappointed. The first day was great until the new smell wore off and we started finding issues. First of the belt cover was leaking water into the belts and causing slippage and squealing noises. The next was the transmission wouldn’t engage and caused a surge and clunking. Next was the box itself was warped and would not latch properly at all. Also the engine oil level was low and the steering wasn’t even aligned. It sat at the dealership for over a month while waiting for parts and poor excuses from Polaris and the dealer. Fast forward until today, it is hard starting, the transmission is very clunky and hard to engage. The box rattles and shakes like a drunk looking for a beer and the instrument cluster is flickering. I wouldn’t have bought this machine but I read a few positive reviews and a few negative ones and was needing a machine to work my property and the Yamaha’s were a month away. To be honest, don’t waste your money, don’t deal with Winnipeg Sport and Liesure and when Polaris says fill out a survey and receive a free buff (which the kids haven’t received and keep asking for) run away. I have a Polaris Sportsman and it is a very reliable quad but this side by side is junk. Run far, far away.
Date published: 2018-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by AshZ from Great UTV for the farm. We bought this in December and though we haven't had much of a chance to use it recreationally, we have been using it around the yard and in hauling firewood. It has practically paid for itself with the usefulness. We cut our own firewood off our land and it can go in narrow spots our tractor can't and in areas that our tractor is just to heavy for. The winch has been great for clearing fallen dead trees off of trails. Sometimes it doesn't go fully in to gear, which you have to watch. You'll know it when it has an insane vibration. Stop immediately and put it fully into gear. Wish
Date published: 2019-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by JonyBoy from Overall Great Value! This machine is powerful up to about 40 MPH, which is plenty fast in the bush where we ride it. The 3 seat is the best feature as grandkids can ride with us. The 570 engine sips the gas, I just top off the tank after 2 hours riding, and this engine is a torque monster, with low noise, and a rolling tone that is pleasing to the ear.
Date published: 2018-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by Buzz Bomb from Home Lockdown Have owned different Polaris ATV's in the past and have had pretty good luck with them so decided, mostly because of my age, to move up to the Ranger 570 full size. Problem is that with Covid 19 lockdown I haven't been able to use the Ranger at all. So far only things that I have noticed is that there is no storage compartment, as such on the unit,other than the small dashboard area pockets. Stuff not secure and in the way. Also the hitch receiver sets too far back under the dump box. Hard to get to and a noggin buster.
Date published: 2020-04-21