The updated Sportsman 570 from Polaris is available with the option of power steering and a premium SP trim with 14in alloy wheels, painted body work and dual A-arm suspension.

Four additional specifications are also offered. Riders can choose to have the new 567cc (44hp) Sportsman in Hunter Edition, Black Edition, Agri Pro Edition or Öhlins Edition, all claiming unique features to suit the job at hand.

Aside from a new body design, the handlebar-mounted instrument cluster has been updated and features an integrated LED work light and battery charge point. A larger 18AH starter battery has also been added. EU models will come as standard with wing mirrors, number plate holders, a horn and LED headlights with integrated indicators.

The engine braking (EBS) function has been improved, with such variants also benefiting from a new clutch for smoother engagement at low speeds.

Prices for the 2021 Sportsman 570 start at €8,097 (£6,999) excluding VAT.

The suspension system has been tweaked, with new sealed bushings, improved brake lines and A-Arms as well as a fully sealed ignition switch. All 570 models are fitted with steel rack extenders as standard, with more tie-down locations.

The base model 570 Sportsman has an increased towing capacity totalling 680kg, 29.6cm ground clearance and total payload capacity of 232kg.

Prices for the 2021 Sportsman 570 start at €8,097 (£6,999) excluding VAT. A current promotion gives base model customers the option of upgrading to the Electric Power Steering (EPS) model for no additional cost.