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Key Features

Powerful 32 HP ProStar engine featuring dual overhead camshafts, a 4 valve cylinder head and electronic fuel injection (EFI) delivers excellent performance and fuel economy

Innovative, unique cab design offers a whole new off-road experience

Confident & Secure

  • On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive
  • Automatic transmission
  • Unique cab design
  • 3-Point seatbelt
  • Easy attach side nets
  • Certified Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) cab frame
  • Assured stopping power with four-wheel/ four-disc braking system

Comfortable & Convenient

  • Bucket seat with 4" of adjustability
  • Easy ingress and egress with flat floor plan
  • Steering wheel offers 3.5" of adjustability for rider comfort
  • 360 lb combined rack and storage capacity
  • 1,500 lb towing capacity and high / low range transmission
  • Powerful 50 watt halogen lighting with high and low beams
  • Front rack opens to 2.8 gallons of semi-dry storage
  • Convenient access panel in cargo area opens to engine compartment for easy maintenance
  • Integrated foot rest

Easy To Ride

Independent dual a-arm rear suspension with 9.5" of suspension travel
MacPherson strut front suspension offers 8.2" of independent suspension travel
5.25 gallon fuel tank
Rider centric design

Compact & Nimble

  • Low-center of gravity for stable and responsive ride
  • 10.25" ground clearance
  • 32 HP ProStar Engine with Dual Overhead Cams and a 4 valve cylinder head
  • Lightweight Transmission for Efficient Power Transfer
  • Trail Compliant 48" Width
  • 61.5" Wheelbase

2014 Sportsman Ace Specifications:


Engine Type: 4-Stroke DOHC Single Cylinder
Displacement: 327cc
Horsepower: 32HP
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection
Cooling: Liquid


Transmission/Final Drive: Automatic PVT P/R/N/L/H; Shaft
Drive System: On-Demand True AWD/2WD
Engine Braking System: N/A
Active Descent Control: N/A


Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut With 8.2" (20.8 cm) Travel
Rear Suspension: Dual A-Arm, Anti-Sway Bar 9.5" (24 cm) Travel


Front/Rear Brakes: 4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc with Dual-Bore Front Calipers
Parking Brake: Park in Transmission

Tires & Wheels

Front Tires: 25 x 8-12; 489
Rear Tires: 25 x 10-12; 489
Wheels: Stamped Steel

Dimensions & Capacities

Wheelbase: 61.5 inches
Dry Weight: 835 lb
Overall Vehicle Size (L x W x H): 90" x 48" x 68"
Ground Clearance: 10.25"
Seat Height: N/A
Fuel Capacity: 5.25 gallons
Front/Rear Rack or Box Capacity: 120 lb (55 kg)/240 lb (110 kg)
Payload Capacity: 575 lbs (261 kg)
Hitch Towing Rating: 1,500 lb
Hitch/Type: Standard/1.25" Receiver


Cargo System: Lock & Ride
Lighting: Halogen, 55W low/ 60W high
Electronic Power Steering: N/A
Instrumentation: Digital Gauge, Analog Speedometer, Odometer, Tachometer, Tripmeter, Gear Indicator, Fuel Gauge, AWD Indicator, Hi-Temp/Low-Batt Lights, DC Outlet

Custom Package Options For Your Ultimate Riding Experience

Ultimate Trail Comfort

You will never want to step out of your machine with these Polaris® Engineered comfort-focused accessories. Cab-like components shield you from the elements while audio and mirrors give your ride a fun, premium feel.

2879703 MTX® Overhead Audio Pod - $599.99
2879694 Lock & Ride® Mid Poly Windshield - $129.99
2879704 OGIO® Lock & Ride® 3-Piece Deluxe Cargo Bag 2879691 Lock & Ride® Poly Sport Roof - $229.99
2879705 Trail Bag - $69.99
2879708 Polaris® HD 2500 LB. Winch - $399.99
*SPORTSMAN ACETM Sport Doors *SPORTSMAN ACETM Sport Doors will be available March 2014

Ultimate Storage

Create the perfect storage combination with a full line of accessories for you to stow away all of your personal belongings whether you are riding for a few hours or taking a weekend trip.

2879691 Lock & Ride® Poly Sport Roof - $199.99
2879698 Extreme Front Brushguard - $229.99
2879699 Extreme Rear Brushguard - $149.99
2879705 Trail Bag - $69.99
2879704 OGIO® Lock & Ride® 3-Piece Deluxe Cargo Bag - $229.99
2879706 Overhead Storage Bag - $59.99
2879708 Polaris® HD 2500 LB. Winch - $399.99
2879712 Rear View Mirror - $59.99

Ultimate Protection

Ride as hard as you want, wherever you want and still keep your machine safe from off-rad hazards with Polaris’ Engineered protection accessories.

2879698 Extreme Front Brushguard - $229.99
2879699 Extreme Rear Brushguard - $149.99
2879696 Lock & Ride® Poly Rear Panel - $179.99
2879691 Lock & Ride® Poly Sport Roof - $199.99
2879693 Lock & Ride® Full Poly Windshield - $279.99
2879870 UHMW Front A-Arm Guards - $149.99
2879710 UHMW Trailing Arm Guards - $149.99
2879700 SPORTSMAN ACETM Nerf Bars - $199.99


2879709 Polaris® HD 3500 Lb. Winch - $529.99
2879630 Glacier Pro® Plow Frame - $249.99
2880056 Trailerable Cover - $219.99
2879787 11” LED Light Bar - $599.99

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327cc? seems a bit light for something that could easily see $9500 with accessories. If they were going that route, build a smaller 200 cc for kids and an 800 cc for adults. Polaris has both of those motors.

I do like the idea, especially at 48" wide. will have to see who takes the first test drive. I would be interested to know how it handles and what the ride is like.

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Is the ace 4wd?

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It is and you can run it in 2wd or at the push of a button you can lock it into 4wd.

It's Polaris AWD. You can't lock it into 4WD. When AWD is turned on, if the rear wheels slip as much as 1/5 of a turn the front wheels lock in. It's seamless and is (in the opinion of many) the best system on the market.

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Where did you find that it's 327cc? I've been crawling all over the web and still can't find anything about displacement that came directly from Polaris. Even on the Polaris website it only says 32hp and nothing about cc under the vehicle specs.... I'm not arguing, judging by weight, top speed and the fact that Polaris can pull hp out of thin air, I know it has to be in the low to mid 300's. I just want to hear Polaris say what it is.

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Anyone know what the wheel bolt pattern and offset is?
I want to know if I can move the wheels and tires from another ATV to an Ace.

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I would imagine its the same as the value line. which should still be 4/156 lug pattern, not sure on the offset.
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