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Just got a 2019 570 a few weeks ago, haven’t got much seat time yet but I’m loving it! I’m not new to riding but new to Polaris. I’ve had a few 4wheeler’s over the years, including a Yamaha kodiak 450 and later a Honda rancher 420.

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That's a nice color, congrats on the new ATV! 

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Thanks! My girl friend loves the color too. I’m gonna try to get it out of the garage Tuesday and find some good riding places.

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great choice!  those 570s put out almost as much hp as the kodiak and griz 700s.

haha polaris should just hire me for sales...

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