Catch a glimpse of the 2011 Polaris EV Electric ATV and read the full breakdown in our 2011 Polaris EV Electric ATV Review.
- The EV model can travel around 30 miles on a single charge and saves an average of $10 for every 100 miles traveled.
- The model includes an all-plastic dump bed measuring 37” wide, 51” long and 11” deep.
- The 2011 Polaris EV ATV is an electric version of the mid-sized Ranger which was released in 2009.
- The 2011 Polaris EV Electric ATV
- While the EV is not intended for serious off-roading, it's well-suited for trail work and cruising around the ranch.
- The Polaris EV has a wheelbase of 72”, an overall length of 108” and is 56 ½” wide.
- The 30 hp electric motor in the Polaris EV provides plenty of low-end torque with a top-speed of 25 mph.
- The EV is narrow enough to squeeze into tight places but can also accomodate two people.
- One of the coolest aspects of the Polaris EV is its ability to run silently while not drowning out the noises around you.
- The parking brake is conveniently located right next to the steering wheel in the EV model.
- Unlike the Polaris Rangers which tend to be free-wheel, the EV comes with engine braking that slows the vehicle on steep down-hills.
- With a truck bed rated to carry 500 lbs. and a towing capacity of 1250 lbs., the EV is a great tool to have around the ranch.