expecting yourself to be rained by .50 caliber rounds? then the 2014 Polaris Sportsman WV850 H.O. ATV is the vehicle of choice to escape from such dire situation. it is not bulletproof though, nor is the person, i.e. you, riding on it, but at least you know that if the tires on the WV850 H.O. ever got rip by one such big fat, metal slug, you can be sure that it can continue to travel up to 350 miles before it finally gives up and hopefully, by then, you are already out of danger. of course, the odds of that happening is rare, but if it did roll over some railway spike (which is more likely than having .50 cal firing upon you), you can also be sure that it will go on another 1,000 miles. though, again, unlikely, but it is nevertheless good to know you are on safe hands.
by now, you should already be aware that the tires and wheel combo on the 2014 Polaris Sportsman WV850 H.O. ATV aren’t ordinary pneumatic items; they are airless tires (known as TerrainArmor), originally designed for the military, and has rubber meshing to deal with the bumps while sustaining the weight of the vehicle. and yes, they do have tread patterns like any regular tires, so you will still have the much needed grip when rolling around on and off the road. beyond the promised of no-flats, the 2014 Polaris Sportsman WV850 H.O. ATV has a 850cc liquid-cooled four-stroke SOHC twin cylinder engine that delivers 77 horses and mated to military-grade transmission (single speed, automatic) and features goodies such as a 3,000-lb Warn winch, 1,500-lb towing capacity, an all-wheel drive system, electronic power steering, upgraded shock package, and 600 pounds of cargo hauling capacity on its racks, front and back.
the 2014 Polaris Sportsman WV850 H.O. ATV is available in the U.S. starting at $14,999. click past the jump for a few more look, plus a promo video to learn more.