Based in the heart of Scotland, Stratton ATV cover a large area providing bespoke solutions in All-terrain vehicle requirements. As a main dealer for Polaris they recently fulfilled an enquiry for eight Polaris ACE 4 x 4’s, from the private Glenfeshie Estate owned by Danish billionaire Anders Holch Polvsen, the second largest landowner in Scotland. The Polaris ACE is the single-seat version of the renowned Polaris Sportsman. At launch it was completely new to the industry and remains a strong part of the Polaris leadership in powersports. The revolutionary sit-in chassis inspires confidence and offers a fun ride whilst maintaining a full track and trail capability to match conventional 4 x 4 machines.
While the Glenfeshie Estate caters for those pursuing fishing, shooting and stalking it is understood the eight ACE machines will be used by the owner Mr. Povlsen and his guests for leisure, utilising the many off-road tracks and trails across the 43,000 acre estate in Inverness-shire. The Polaris ACE is ideally suited to the terrain, combining the size and nimble handling of the Sportsman ATV with the confidence and comfort of the Ranger and RZR side-by-sides. The centralised seating position connects the driver directly with the machine for an entirely new off-road experience. All the major components and the driver are positioned centralised between the four wheels for an incredibly responsive ride. Mr. Povlsen and his guests will enjoy the power of the 44 horsepower Polaris engine with Electronic Fuel Injection, the exceptional ground clearance and fully Independent Rear Suspension. At the same time, the Polaris ACE has a unique ROPS cab frame to deliver side by side peace of mind and for the utmost confidence off-road, the ACE is equipped with the same legendary On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system found on all Polaris Off-Road Vehicles. Polaris and Stratton ATV are confident the Polaris ACE will match the challenges of the Glenfeshie Estate to offer an exhilarating experience to Mr Povlsen and his guests.