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Polaris RANGER XP 900 Gets a 13 Percent Power Increase

Polaris Off-Road, the leading producer of off-road vehicles, today declared a 13 percent increase in horsepower to its flagship Polaris RANGER off-road vehicles for sale, the Polaris RANGER XP 900. The power rise, along with Polaris RANGER XP 900’s other class-leading innovations such as payload, towing, ground clearance, suspension travel and torque, secures the vehicle stays the hardest working, most continuous riding.

“The Polaris RANGER XP 900 is an inquired after vehicles in the line due to its wide range of abilities that benefit recreational drivers, hunters and farmers,” said Craig Scanlon, general manager for Polaris Off-Road Vehicles. “Providing more power to the 2015 Polaris RANGER XP 900 increases the vehicle’s versatility so it can not just play harder but work harder.”

Started for Model Year 2013, the original Polaris RANGER XP 900 defined an all-new class of Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding with modifications such as a new ProStar® 900 engine, all-new chassis, recently restyled cockpit, more suspension, new flip-up seat room, industry-exclusive Pro-Fit™ cab system, larger gas tank, more straightforward serviceability and the ride sounds much quieter due to engine repositioning. The Polaris RANGER XP 900 grew into one of the most popular side-by-sides for recreational and work goals.

Hard-working vehicles need power, and the first Polaris RANGER XP 900 delivered a new class of power with its purpose-built ProStar 900 engine delivering 60 horsepower. The engine was built, tuned and produced alongside the vehicle resulting in an optimal equalisation of smooth, reliable power. The blend of high power density, excellent fuel efficiency and ease of support made the Polaris RANGER XP 900 a preferred choice for a wide assortment of tasks.

To guarantee the Polaris RANGER XP 900 works even harder, Polaris took education from developing the high-powered ProStar engines located on the various Polaris RZR models. It turned it into the power needed for a vehicle that can easily handle even the most challenging demands. For 2015, the Polaris RANGER XP 900 will highlight a recalibrated, high output ProStar 900 motor that delivers 68 horsepower, a 13 percent improvement, and keeps the vehicle class-leader in torque. On the pillars after the driver and passenger, new input openings allow for enhanced airflow for the engine and clutch air intake methods. For a new look, the vehicles also highlight edgier headrests and new graphics sets and colours.

Polaris also states improvements to the Polaris Ranger CREW 900 as part of its initial launch for Model Year 2015. The Polaris RANGER CREW 900 remains the leader in multi-passenger side-by-sides. Its class-leading 60 horsepower ProStar 900 engine, most powerful towing and payload, enormous storage, relaxed ergonomics and state-of-the-art accessory integration with the industry-exclusive Pro-Fit™ cab operation. New features for 2015 include the enhanced air intake openings, sharper headrests and new graphics packages and colours.

The Polaris RANGER XP 900 and Polaris RANGER CREW 900 will be ready in Sage Green and Solar Red, with a Polaris RANGER XP 900 also possible in Polaris Pursuit® Camo. The Polaris RANGER XP 900 EPS will be likely in Sage Green, Solar Red, Sunset Red, Super Steel Gray, White Lightning, Black Pearl and Polaris Ranger Hunter Edition.

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