2006 Polaris Touring Trail Deluxe

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2006 Polaris Touring Trail Deluxe Specifications

Model Type  Touring
BASE MSRP(US)  $6,199.00
Dealers  Polaris Dealers
Warranty  12
Engine Brand Name  Polaris®
Engine Type  Horizontal In-line
Cylinders  2
Engine Stroke  2-Stroke
Horsepower (bhp/kW)  60 / 44.8
Cooling  Air / Fan
Valve Configuration  Reed Valve
Bore (mm/in)  73 / 2.88
Stroke (mm/in)  65 / 2.56
Displacement (cc/ci)  544 / 33.2
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas / Oil Injected
Turbocharged  No
Supercharged  No
Carburetion Brand  Mikuni
Fuel Injector  No
Carburetor  Yes
Number Of Carburetors  2
Carburetor Size (mm)  34
Carburetion Type  Carburetor
Kill Switch / Tether Cord  Standard
Transmission Type  Continuously Variable (CVT)
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Belt
Reverse  Yes
Hi / Low Range  No
Clutch Brand  P-85 / TEAM
Throttle Type  Thumb
Brake Brand Name  Phantom™
Rear Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Front Suspension Type  Independent Trailing Arm
Front Travel (in/mm)  10 / 254
Front Suspension Brand Name  EDGE
Front Stabilizer Bar  No
Adjustment Type  Shock Mounted Adjustment
Rear Travel (in/mm)  15.2 / 386.1
Number Rear Shock Absorbers  2
Rear Suspension Brand Name  EDGE Touring
Rear Stabilizer Bar  No
Front Shock Absorber Brand  Nitrex
Front Shock Absorber Type  Adjustable Hydraulic Shock
Rear Shock Absorber Brand  Ryde FX®
Rear Shock Absorber Type  Adjustable Gas Shock
Center Shock Absorber Brand  Ryde AFX®
Center Shock Absorber Type  Adjustable Gas Shock
Steering Type  Manual
Steering Control  Handlebar
Technical Specifications:  
Length (ft)  10.67
Width (in/mm)  48 / 1219.2
Height (in/mm)  49.5 / 1257.3
Maximum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.5 / 1079.5
Minimum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.5 / 1079.5
Length (ft/ft)  10
Length (ft/in)  8
Dry Weight (lbs/kg)  570 / 258.6
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  12.3 / 46.4
Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)  0.95
Seat Type  Two-Piece
Adjustable  No
Seat Material  Vinyl
Seat Location  Driver and Passenger
Folding  No
Number Of Seats  2
Detachable Passenger Seat  Standard
Backrest Type  Detachable
Backrest Location  Passenger
Lumbar Adjustment  Yes
Grab Rail or Strap  Standard
Frame  Aluminum
Body Material  Plastic
Frame Brand  EDGE
Floor Board Location  Driver and Passenger
Skid Resistant  Yes
Tunnel Braces  No
Hand Grips  Standard
Saddle Bag Guard  No
Belt Guard  Yes
Hand Guards  No
Brush Guard  No
Light Guard  No
Snow Guard  Yes
Handlebars  Standard
Front Bumper  Standard
Rear Bumper  Standard
Passenger Foot Rests  Standard
Ski Material  Composite
Ski Handle  Standard
Skag Material  Carbide
Speedometer  Standard
Fuel Level Warning Type  Gauge
Warranty (Months)  12
Generic Type (Primary)  Touring
Manufacturer Country  USA
Introduction Year  2005
Parent Company  Polaris
Display Name  Trail Touring DLX
Towing & Hauling:  
Rear Hitch Type  Receiver
Windshield Mounts  Standard
Drive Line:  
Track Length (in/mm)  136 / 3454.4
Track Width (in/mm)  15 / 381
Lug Height (in/mm)  1 / 25.4
Number Of Tracks  1
Heated Hand Grip Location  Driver
Adjustable  Yes
Power Outlet  Standard
Hand Muff Location  Passenger
Heated  No
Underseat Storage  Standard
Lockable Storage  Standard
Rear Storage Well  Standard
Halogen Headlight (s)  Standard
Headlight (s)  Standard
Type  Halogen
Folding  Yes
Height Adjustable  No
Tinted  Yes
Heated  No
Height  Mid
Paint & Finish:  
Metallic  No
Decal Kit  Standard

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steering problem
By roundkatt(Owner), Jan. 13, 2012
The sled is a comfortable ride for two on the right trails. It starts easily, even when cold, with the electric start, and the reverse is great once you master feathering the throttle so that the engine doesn't quit. There is adequate power as long as the riders are not way overweight. On open tra... Read Full Review


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Stay on the groomed trail
Oct. 11, 2019
This is a nice sled for two as long as you are on a groomed trail or riding on open ice. It really struggles to respond well in fresh snow. The steering is kind of squirrelly on any turns. I have enjoyed owning it as long as I stay clear of any challenging terrain. Read Full Review


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