Polaris General side-by-side utility vehicle

Described as "the most versatile side-by-side ever built", the new Polaris General can accelerate from 0-40mph in 3.6 seconds thanks to its power-to-weight ratio.

Polaris General side-by-side - image: Polaris
Polaris General side-by-side - image: Polaris

Powered by a 100hp ProStar engine that delivers the most power and torque in its class, it also offers the biggest payload (498kg) and a class-best 272kg dump box.

Ground clearance is also best-in-class at 30.48cm unloaded. Dual A-arm front suspension has a class-best of 31.12cm travel. Rear travel is 33.53cm. Factory-installed half-doors with armrest offer extra protection and easy accessibility to the cab. Dual bolstered bucket seats are adjustable for the driver.

The General is available in Velocity Blue and Deluxe Orange Burst. Both models include automotive-style paint, Sport Low Profile front bumper and Polaris HD 2,041kg-capacity winch. The Matte Black cast aluminium wheels are paired with eight-ply GBC Dirt Commander tyres.

More than 30 Polaris-engineered accessories are available for the General, which has a starting price of £15,832.50 + VAT.

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