Something that Tracker does is test every vehicle on their Test Track. They built this track to test off-road vehicles in crazy-tough conditions, so they know they're ready for the real world. From steep, to slippery, wet, and rocky, and other obstacles, it's like punishment for ATVs. So, how did the Tracker 600EPS LE check out?
First, Tracker tested out the 570 on steep conditions. The grade on the hill in their course is about 30 percent, which is considerably steep. The Tracker 600EPS LE
handled it with no problem. And on small "roly-poly" hills, the impressive ground clearance is very evident. Next, they hit an area that they like to call "Sloggy Bottom"—it's wet, muddy, and rocky, all in one. The Tracker 600EPS LE has no issues regardless of the terrain, wet or dry.
After this, the Tracker 600EPS LE hit a "waffle" course, to test the suspension and ride comfort. This specifically demonstrates the left- and right-side independent suspension and suspension travel of the Tracker 600EPS LE. It proves that as one tire is lifted up, the other three stay on the ground. Even on this obstacle, the stability and comfort offered by the Tracker 600EPS LE was a nice surprise and felt great and under control.
Last but not least, coming over the downhill side of that steep grade, the engine braking worked great and kept the vehicle slow and under control. The overall handling felt crisp and responsive, and the shocks of bumps didn't transmit into riders' arms, no matter how rough things got. Away from the test course, Tracker took the 600EPS LE through woodlands and around a large farm. At higher speeds, the rider still felt totally confident in its handling characteristics. On every kind of surface Tracker could find, this ATV proved itself worthy.
Overall, Tracker gave this 600EPS LE high marks across the board, no matter the terrain. It performed just as well and, in many cases, even better than competitive units that literally cost $2,000 more.