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DETAILS | POLARIS RANGER SP 570 | New model showroom | Vehicles

Redesigned from the ground up, the RANGER SP 570 features an updated style along with a host of other improvements.

The all-new[ish] Polaris Ranger SP 570 has been released and it will eventually supercede the HD 570 that we tested last year. The 57- Ranger has been a mainstay at Polaris and it will continue to lead the charge as their go-to work machine but in a new trim they are calling the SP 570.

For Australia, Polaris will focus on the Premium EPS version that comes with a bunch of up-spec features like premium coloured panels and electronic power steering. The SP570 will sell for a MLP of $18,880.

The SP570 has received updates across the board and we will look to test one soon but before we do here are the details you need to know.


The redesigned cargo box on the SP 570 is nearly 30 percent larger.

It has a single-handle tailgate for quick and easy access for loading and unloading cargo. Integrated tie-downs, slots for cargo dividers, and Lock & Ride attachment points.

75 litres of onboard storage.

Mobile phone holder.

Enclosed storage bins.

A map or tablet pocket.

A bigger sealed glove box.


It runs the Prostar 570cc double-overhead-cam engine.

A new CVT system.

Two-times longer belt life.

Larger and re-tuned clutch system for improved low-speed drivability.

Quieter exhaust system.


Suspension is all-new and now provides 25.4 cm of ground clearance.

Chassis & Ergonomics

A tighter turning radius.

A width of 144.5 cm.

The dash has been moved back to provide more knee space.

JBL® Trail 4.0 audio system.

The RANGER SP 570 comes in three colour options: Sage Green, Hunter Edition in Polaris Pursuit Camo, and Nordic Pro Edition in Black Pearl with an in-cab heater and winch.


Polaris are offering 40 all-new accessories for the RANGER SP 570,

Four new accessory collections: Landowner, Farm, Hunt and Trail.

Polaris Pro Shield cab components – the tightest-sealing cab system from