The front suspension features dual A-arms
with 5.1 inches of travel, while a swingarm
with dual shocks handles the bumps in the
rear with six inches of the suspension travel.
It has nine inches of ground clearance making
for easy passage over most obstacles. Shocks
are preload adjustable and set at the softest
setting from the factory. The shocks should
be stiffened for higher speeds or a heavier
driver. This helps avoid bottoming and minimizes
body roll at higher speeds.
front suspension features 5.1"
of travel with preload adjustment
Four-wheel hydraulic discs handle braking
duty and they were more than adequate to haul
the 572-lb machine to a stop. It also includes
a functional hand-actuated parking brake.
Polaris ACE 150 has a parking brake
along with an easy to use transmission
with a forward, neutral, reverse gear
selector located on the right hand side
of the vehicle along the floor
The transmission is a simple forward, center
neutral, reverse affair with a chain driving
the rear wheels. The 22-inch tires had good
grip and helped with the machine’s on-center
feel and stable handling. The 65-inch wheelbase
was perfect for the size and class of the
Polaris ACE 150 features 22" tires,
which provide 9" of ground clearance
Faith is a little taller than most kids her
age and she still easily fit into the machine
so it should easily fit kids 10 and up. She
was comfortable in the cockpit and could easily
use all of the controls.
Polaris ACE 150 steering wheel is easily
adjusted without any tools
The 2.5-gallon fuel tank features a float
to determine fuel level. It has an adequate
storage box in the rear.
Overall, the machine is the perfect rider
to introduce young riders to the sport of
UTV off roading. It’s safe, it’s fun and it
performs. The Ace 150 is priced at a competitive
$3,799, which is $1,000 less than the RZR
170, and is available now at any Polaris powersports