The machine’s light weight, double-A-arm front end, front and rear sway bars
and power steering give it outstandingly
quick, nimble handling. It corners
so flat, so securely and slides so
predictably, it’s hard to believe the thing
is just 48 inches wide. That width opens
up a whole world of trails that most
UTV drivers can only dream about.
HOW IS IT ON HILLS?
Confident. The 570 has plenty of
power for its weight, and the 4WD
system grabs traction even on dry-packed soil that seems to offer no grip
whatsoever. Engine braking makes
negotiating tricky downhills simple, but
it would be better if the engine braking
system worked on all four wheels, as
it does on some Polaris machines and
many other brands’ UTVs.
HOW ARE THE DETAILS?
The 570 SP has a nice group of
premium features that we’ve already
mentioned, including power steering,
painted bodywork and others, but the
vehicle itself has some touches worth
mentioning. The Ace is easier to get
into and out of than many larger UTVs,
and the bodywork provides better
splash protection than most pure-sport
UTVs. The seat has a slide adjuster like
Double-A-arm front suspension with spring preload-adjustable shocks
offers 9 inches of travel. Front and rear sway bars prevent body roll.
Double-A-arm rear suspension provides 9. 5 inches of travel. Unlike
most sport UTVs, the Ace has a trailer hitch receiver.
Light weight, plenty of power and the ability to ride trails most UTVs can’t make the Ace 570 SP one of the most fun UTVs you can buy, and
it’s under $10,000.