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FOR SALE - 2011 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 850 XP TOURING EDITION - $2950

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ONLY 1283 MILES, 186 HOURS.THE SPORTSMAN 850 TOURING EDITION FEATURES THE FULL RIDER AND PASSENGER SEATS WITH PASSENGER BACKREST & HANDLES, FULL INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION WITH OVER 10" OF TRAVEL, LARGE FRONT DRY-BOX STORAGE AREA, AND MUCH MORE! THIS SPORTSMAN IS POWERED BY A WATER-COOLED FUEL-INJECTED 850CC V-TWIN ENGINE WITH FULLY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. THE SPORTSMAN 850 IS VERY SMOOTH, VERY POWERFUL, AND BUILT TO LAST!! STEERING THIS POLARIS IS NO PROBLEM WITH THE ELECTRONIC POWER STEERING! FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTO PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT [email protected]

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