2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330 First Ride Picture

2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330 First Ride Picture

2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330 First Ride Picture




Power from the front brake is exceptional, easily handling the speeds Polaris’ mild motor can produce, but the plastic lever is cheesy. It works, but we kept waiting for a reason to replace it with a new one. Technically there’s nothing wrong with it, but we prefer the feel of an aluminum lever and so will any rider, novice level or otherwise. The rear brake is actually good as well, but good luck finding the lever. Without a hand lever available, only the right-side foot control will engage the disc unit. The lever itself is positioned so high that even our riders with the largest feet had a difficult time finding it. Mild terrain isn’t such a big deal since it’s easy to remove a foot and find the pedal, but once the pace increases and your feet are bouncing around, it’s nice to have the lever closer to the toe where it can be accessed.

2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330 First Ride Picture

2010 Polaris Trail Blazer 330 Specs



Engine: 4-Stroke Single Cylinder
Displacement: 329cc
Fuel System: Carbureted
Cooling: Air with Fan Assist
Final Drive: Concentric Chain, 2WD
Transmission: Automatic PVT F/N/R
Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut with 8.2 in. Travel
Rear Suspension: Progressive Rate Swingarm with 10.5 in. Travel
Front Brake: Single Lever Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake: Hydraulic Rear Foot Brake
Front Tires: 23 x 8-12
Rear Tires: 22 x 11-10
Wheels: Stamped Steel, black
Wheelbase: 48.5 in
Curb Weight: 530 lbs
Length x Width x Height: 75 x 45 x 49 in
Seat Height: 35 in
Ground Clearance: 4.75 in
Fuel Capacity: 4 gal
Hitch Towing Rating: 850 lbs
Unbraked Trailer Towing Capacity: 1263 lbs
Instrumentation: N/R Light, Fuel Gauge, Hi-Temp Light
Colors: Indy Red
MSRP: $4299

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