Polaris Sportsman 90 Specifications

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The Polaris Sportsman 90 all-terrain vehicle, which was originally introduced in 2000, is marketed as a four-wheel drive replica, but for children. Because the Sportsman 90 is for children, it comes with kid-sized levers, front and rear fender flares, is only 5.12 feet in length, and has a low base manufacturer's suggested retail price of $2,449.

Engine Transmission Specifications

  • The 2010 Polaris Sportsman 90 has a 1-Cylinder, 4-stroke engine with two valves per cylinder. The utility ATV also requires regular gas and has a maximum fuel capacity of two gallons. The 2010 Polaris Sportsman 90's transmission is continuously variable, with a primary rear-wheel drive chain and standard adjustable throttle. It is capable of driving in reverse.

Exterior Specifications

  • The 2010 Polaris Sportsman 90 comes with standard exterior features such as handlebars, a front bumper, rear bumper, front and rear fender flairs and a safety flag. Hand guards, brush guards, and light guards are not available on the Polaris Sportsman. Exterior technical specifications are as follows: 5.12 feet long, 36.8 inches wide, 38.5 inches high, a 41.5 inch wheelbase, and a turning radius of 5.8 feet. The seat on the ATV is one piece and is not adjustable, making the vehicle relatively compact. Unfortunately, the 2010 Polaris Sportsman 90 is not equipped with standard specifications such as a trip odometer, speedometer and a fuel level warning. However, a power outlet is provided for driver convenience.

Brake and Tire Specifications

  • Wheels on the 2010 Polaris Sportsman are composed of steel. Tire dimensions include a front-tire diameter of 19 inches, rear-tire diameter of 18 inches, 7-inch front tire width, 10-inch rear tire width and front and rear width diameter of 8 inches. Suspension specifications are minimal at best, with the front suspension being independent. However, the ATV does not come with rear adjustable shocks, a rear stabilizer bar, front central suspension strut or a steering damper.

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