2021 Sportsman 570 Sage Green is rated out of 5 by 1331.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LEVI S from 2022 Sportsman 570 Replaced my 2017 Sportsman 570 with a new 2022 Sportsman 570. Mainly used in hunting and trapping activities, but gets plenty of use around the homestead also. This is my 5th Polaris. Really like the upgrades from my 2017. Seems a little peppier on the throttle. Plug and play winch, hand and thumb warmers were a nice touch. Machine sit higher but good suspension travel. Love the fact that the battery has been moved off of the lower frame, up where you can get at it when needed and also the larger sized battery. Large digital display screen is easier to read. I do wish that they would go back to a 2" receiver hitch instead of the 1 1/4".
Date published: 2022-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Caretaker from Awesome for a farm! I bought this a few months back to help me with life on the farm. I’m a 41 year old combat veteran, medically retired after two back surgeries. My Polaris has allowed me to accomplish many tasks around the farm that normally I would have to ask for help to finish. My normal task included hauling a 25gal spray tank for spraying weed/grass killer (liquid weed eater), transporting Catfish feed, fertilizers, towing downed trees (not too big I leave that up to my tractor), landscaping maintenance on the farm, and I even find time to load up my cooler and rod and reel to do a little fishing. I’m very pleased with decision to purchase my Polaris.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by Letsride24 from Don't drive in water or mud This is the third Sportsman that I have owned and am disappointed in the design of a couple items. I use this machine for recreation, hunting and fishing, but feel limited of where I can go. The snorkel for the clutches is above the rear tire which gets filled with water and mud. This clearly is a design flaw that Polaris denies. (If you can get water on your clutches while hosing off the machine, this is a problem). The front storage box is handy but the hinges are cheap and made of plastic. The ergonomics, ride and power are excellent and what I come to expect from Polaris. I truly am a die-hard Polaris ATV fan, but they seemed to have missed the mark and wonder if my next quad will be a Polaris.
Date published: 2021-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jer007 from Unbelievable I very disappointed with the service in William's lake BC. I asked them to fix my quad . And they pretty much gave back and had to fix on my own . I got stuck and the rear right axle broke. The front brakes support bent on the quad cause brake issues. I have bleed the lines and replaced all parts at my cost and labor. So now I cant get full spongeness out and the brake lights won't go out . Not happy . Definitely would like my money back deal . It not 4 mo old . It has totally taken me off any Polaris rides . Totally disappointed and up set with the not good service at this dealership. I will never buy another product from Polaris again........ money back please
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trudge from Polaris 570 Sportsman review I have had my 570 since September and have really enjoyed it. I think it was a mid life crisis purchase, since I am 53 and needed something fun to play with. I ride it every day. I leash up the dog, he runs and I ride. It is almost therapeutic, getting outside and riding. The machine has been flawless. Starts great. Throttles great with lots of power. A very stable ride. My 570 is a base model, I bought a 450 PS for my wife. I love the power steering. Will be adding power steering to mine soon. Polaris did a good job on these machines. Lots of value built in. I would buy them again. Shout out to Leaders RPM in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Great buyer experience.
Date published: 2019-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by Amber23 from Poor cooling system I bought the Polaris 570 Sportsmen in March and I have been having major overheating issues. No matter what condition I ride in the thing will over heat within about 25 minutes of ridding. I’m very disappointed in the machine. I bought it to have fun and spend the summer ridding and I’ve been spending more time on the side of the trail waiting for it to cool down then I do ridding. Dealership told me that there is nothing wrong with it and that it just isn’t made for my kind of ridding. What’s the point in getting the machine if I can’t even drive it on grass, gravel, mud or pavement and it will over heat. There is clearly something majorly wrong with the machine. Already looking into getting rid of the thing.
Date published: 2020-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dp-rider from Does all I need Purchased my new 570 EPS in August, had a HO450 before which I loved but wanted power steering and Camo which meant have to move up. Takes a bit to get use to the engine braking with having to literally having to use the throttle to go down hill as completely opposite to what I was use to but otherwise the unit has been great. The suspension is a bit soft on this machine compared to my last one and I find it seems too bottoms out easier which with a load on it seems at times a little jarring. Otherwise I still get the pleasure of towing my buddies Yamaha around every time it breaks down or twice now gets stuck and I’ve been able to drive through...
Date published: 2019-11-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by JDog0682 from Initial Problems and Manufacturing Issues We had the ATV a very short period of time and it had major mechanical issues. The ATV would not start. Returned to the Dealer and they said the battery froze. I replaced battery with an AGM (should be standard) so the issue would not return and less than a week later I had more starting issues leaving us stranded. Returned to the dealer again and they were finally able to diagnose that it had a bad starter and a bad solenoid. These issues were poor craftsmanship at the manufacturing site. We were very disappointed by the experience as we bought new to avoid running issues.
Date published: 2018-03-07