Agriculture

Polaris India enters farm machinery segment with Sportsman® 570 tractor

With Sportsman® 570 tractor, Polaris India is targeting tea plantation, orchard farming, and other farming practices where such a machine will be invaluable

Polaris India enters farm machinery segment with Sportsman® 570 tractor

Polaris India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Polaris Inc., and the world’s no.1 ATV’s manufacturer today launched it’s first-ever tractor in the Indian market. The Polaris Sportsman® 570 tractor is the first road-legal vehicle offered by Polaris in India. The tractor with its compact size offers unmatched capabilities for complex tasks in agriculture fields with its 34 HP, 4 stroke, 567cc engine with electronic fuel injection system and 4WD features which can tow up to 810kg. The tractor is priced at Rs 8.49 lakh, however introductory price is Rs. 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom).

Highlighting the newly launched tractor, Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director and Country Head, Polaris India said, “Polaris Sportsman® 570 tractor is poised to change the canvas of farm mechanisation in India. With this launch, we are targeting tea plantation, orchard farming, and other farming practices where such a machine will be invaluable. The tractor offers multiple technologically-advanced features and superior comfort, which will revolutionise the quality of farm technologies.”

“Our 4WD tractor with optimum weight can be used to take loads in and out of the places where other big tractors won’t be able to go and with the Polaris off-roading capabilities, it can ride through any terrain with the load on will give additional benefits and higher output to our farmers.” Dubey added.

A factory-installed winch and plough mount plate allows for speedy accessory integration like pesticide sprayer, cultivator, disc harrow, and utility cart to get the tough jobs done quickly.

Polaris networks are located at Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Dimapur (Nagaland), Jaipur, Chennai, Kochi, Vijaywada, Bengaluru and Guwahati.




- Advertisement -
The Changing Face of Rural India