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POLARIS Trail Boss Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 6
First production year: 2003
 

2012 - 2013

The 2012 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is a middleweight ATV engineered for the new and young riders, but boasting all the nice features which a more experienced rider would surely enjoy. This ATV comes with a rear-wheel drive automatic transmission and inherits a nifty ground clearance from its bigger siblings, thus being a very fun and dependable off-road/ trail machine, too. Small as it may seem, the 2012 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is still able to carry up to 90 kg on the dual luggage racks combined, thus proving to be a very convenient tool for outdoor chores, or longer explorations into the wi...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2011 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is a middleweight ATV created for younger riders, but boasting all the nice features which a more experienced rider would surely enjoy. Being derived from the bigger-bore machines, the Boss 330 will surely be capable to offer a ton of fun off the road and into the wilderness. Automatic transmission with easy-to-use F-N-R means a less intimidating riding experience, with the riders able to focus more on directional control than on shifting gears. The Trail Boss 330 is still able to carry up to 90 kg on the dual luggage racks combined, thus proving to be a ve...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is a nice ATV for those in search of high off-road capabilities and middleweight engines, both packed in a nifty package which looks good, too. The Sportsman-inspired design adds valuable style-points to this machine, while at the same time providing a comfortable riding stance thanks to the revised ergonomics. Easy to operate even for less experienced riders, the 2010 Polaris Trail Boss 330 comes with an F-N-R automatic transmission, making riding as pleasurable as possible and unintimidating. For both work and play, the 2010 Polaris Trail Boss 330 comes w...




 

2009 - 2010

If you liked the character of the Trail Blazer but feel like it was a bit too sporty and did not provide enough room for your gear, then the 2009 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is the right quad for you. It comes with all the nimble build of the Blazer, but with a revised top: full, generous floorboards and dual Lock & Ride racks for enhanced convenience. Retaining the ease of use of the automatic transmission and the stance of the Sportsman series, the 2009 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is equally suitable for trail riding and outdoor chores. Easy to operate even for less experienced riders, this q...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2008 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is the right quad for you, in case you liked the Blazer, but you fell like you could do better with a more It comes with a more classic, functional design. While retaining the brawny character of the Trail Blazer, the Boss has a different top end: full, generous floorboards and dual Lock & Ride racks for enhanced convenience, all with the characteristic long-travel suspensions. Boasting the same easy-to-use automatic transmission and casual stance of the Sportsman series, the 2008 Polaris Trail Boss 330 is equally suitable for trail riding and outdoor c...




 

2003 - Present

The 2003 Polaris Trail Boss 330 ATV is one of the best value mid-size trail/utility ATV. It features Sportsman-like styling, 2-wheel drive and long-travel rear suspension. Trail Boss is consistently the best selling automatic 2-wheel drive ATV. Unlike other machines in its class, it’s a full-size, adult ATV. For 2003, it gets a new Polaris 330 engine—up to 100 cc’s larger than competitive machines—plus a new front and rear racks and bumper. Trail Boss is also the only ATV in its class with long-travel suspensions and easy single-lever braking.