Polaris M1400

2016 Polaris M1400 Specifications

  • Polaris ProStar 32 EFI Engine – 31 HP with Polaris Variable Transmission.
  • 2 Wheel Drive.
  • Tilt Box Capacity – 498kg.

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EFI ENGINE – 31 HP: The Polaris ProStar 325 is a powerful single cylinder DOHC engine with 4 valves per cylinder, wet sump and light weight design. Specifically tuned for easy starting and great power delivery. The Polaris M1400 can reach a top speed of 42 km/h.

Variable Transmission: The Polaris ProStar 325 is a powerful single cylinder DOHC engine with 4 valves per cylinder, wet sump and light weight design. Specifically tuned for easy starting and great power delivery. The Polaris M1400 can reach a top speed of 42 km/h.

Independent Front & Rear Suspension: Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) travel keeps the ride fl at and smooth, even when hauling a payload and towing. IRS also allows each wheel to move independently providing better traction and grip over uneven terrain whilst providing a stable ride.

Metal Tray: The Polaris M1400 is fitted with a flat metal tray capable of carrying 498kg. Tray sides as shown are available as an optional accessory.

Towing Capacity: With a 680kg Towing Capacity the M1400 offers flexibility for a range of applications.

Tilt Tray: With a tilt tray capacity of 498kg, dumping of heavy loads is made easy. Tray sides and Electric Tilt are available as optional accessories.

ROPS: The Polaris M1400 is fitted with a certified Roll Over Protection System (ROPS)

UNLOCKED DIFF: The Polaris M1400 has an unlocked rear differential which allows for each rear wheel to operate independently of each other so they can rotate at different speeds. This allows for tighter turns and won’t tear up sensitive surfaces such as grass. This feature also has the added benefit of reducing driver fatigue as steering effort is reduced.

TURF TYRES: The Polaris M1400 Turf Tyres are designed to provide great grip without tearing up sensitive surfaces. The tyres suit a variety of surfaces including concrete, asphalt, turf, dirt or gravel.

 

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