YOUR TOTAL IS...
The Sportsman 570 SP is $8499.
That’s a long way from the plain-cheese
base 570, which is still only $6499.
When you go for all the toppings, you
have to expect to spend more, but like
the base 570, the SP gives you more
than you expect. Other loaded 500s
and 550s are more, like Can-Am’s
$8899 Outlander 500 DPS. Suzuki’s
KingQuad 500 Power Steering 30th
Anniversary Edition is $9099. The price
hasn’t been announced for the new
Honda Rubicon 500 Automatic EPS
Deluxe yet, but the less fancy Honda
Rubicon 500 Automatic EPS is $9149.
Yamaha’s 2014 Grizzly 550 EPS is
The 570 SP isn’t a base 570 with
a bunch of extras. It has double-A-arm front suspension rather than
MacPherson struts, power steering,
engine braking with Automatic Descent
control, Sunset Red or Titanium Matte
Metallic automotive paint and cast-aluminum wheels. Like all the 2015
Sportsman 570 ATVs, the SP also
gets new quicker-engaging, automatic-locking front differential and new steel
WHAT POWERS IT?
A 44-horsepower, single-cylinder,
four-valve, 567cc engine. The 570
engine is a proven unit, first introduced
in the RZR 570 UTV.
WHAT KIND OF TRANSMISSION DOES IT
A belt-type, dual-range, fully
automatic continuously variable
transmission (CVT). The SP’s automatic
has engine braking and an Automatic
Descent Control mode that provides
four-wheel engine braking and downhill
speed control. The 570’s range selector
is the same as the Sportsman 500’s;
it works, but doesn’t have the slick,
sturdy feel like a Suzuki or Kawasaki
The new Polaris Sportsman 570 SP has everything most riders want to add to their 570s,
plus double-A-arm front suspension. The SP isn’t just a special edition of the base 570, it’s a
The 570 is powered by a 567cc, fuel-injected,
four-valve, double-overhead-cam engine. It’s
the largest 500–550-class single.
Double-A-arm front suspension with power steering gives the 570 SP
more agile, accurate handling than the MacPherson strut front end on
the base 570.
Independent rear suspension with 9. 5 inches of travel lets the 570
absorb big hits that bottom machines with less travel.