Polaris

There’s a reason Polaris UTV’s outsell the next closest competitor 4:1. Polaris UTV’s are built on decades of industry-firsts and customer influenced design and quality that puts them ahead of the pack.

2017 Polaris RANGER Utility VehiclesPolaris RANGER® is the industry’s No.1-selling utility vehicle (UTV) lineup, offering the hardest working and smoothest riding family of vehicles for hunting, farming, trails and mud. The Model Year 2017 lineup continues to offer more innovation with new features and models across every price point and consumer application. Full-Size & CREW Models For Model Year 2017, Polaris RANGER raises the bar with the introduction of the world’s most powerful family of UTVs. For even more extreme performance, Polaris welcomes the new RANGER XP 1000, available in base, EPS and new special editions. In addition, Polaris leads the industry with innovative… Continue Reading »
2017 Polaris RZR LineupPolaris RZR® defined the recreational side-by-side (SxS) and continues to be the No. 1-selling brand. RZR delivers the ultimate combination of power, suspension, agility, comfort and customization making the vehicles superior to all other offerings in the marketplace. For 2017, the lineup of continues to lead the way with a new, dynamic innovation and a couple new models. New! RIDE COMMAND™ Off-road riding is a social experience. Polaris’ research shows a majority of off-road enthusiasts ride with a passenger or in a group. But, the off-road riding experience has barriers. Being strapped into a vehicle with a helmet makes it… Continue Reading »
Ranger XP Buildup Polaris Ranger XP BuildupWell, it’s come time to complete the Ranger XP Buildup, so we’re going to highlight the products we used to make this one of the fastest and most capable Polaris Rangers around. To start, one of the vulnerable areas of any independent suspension UTV are the axles and CVs. To withstand the extra power and larger tires/wheels that we’re using, we decided to use Gorilla axles. Gorilla Axle has made a great name for themselves in the ATV/UTV industry over the years as a nearly indestructible axle capable of much higher stresses than stock. Because of their reputation, we had… Continue Reading »
2011 Polaris Ranger RZR 570 2011 Polaris Ranger RZR 570Since 2008, Polaris has introduced a new Ranger RZR model every year and Model Year 2012 will be no different, introducing the new Ranger RZR 570, the second trail-capable side-by-side in the Ranger RZR family. Priced at $9,999, the single-cylinder unit offers a value trail machine that stays true to the Ranger RZR family promise of being the ultimate combination of power, suspension and agility. “The launch of the Ranger RZR 800 introduced the industry to the first trail-capable Side-by-Side,” said Matt Homan, vice president and general manager of Polaris’ Off-Road Division. “With the success of the Ranger RZR 800,… Continue Reading »
2010 Polaris Ranger EV 2010 Polaris Ranger EVNew for 2010, Polaris is introducing the company’s first electric vehicle, the RANGER EV. The RANGER EV encompasses a smaller, two-seat chassis, that fits in the back of a pickup truck, with many of the hardest working, smoothest riding features of their full-sized counterparts: On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive with VersaTrac, Independent Rear Suspension, heavy duty front end protection, high ground clearance and the longest suspension travel in their class. Sharing the same chassis as the Midsize RANGER 400, the all-new RANGER EV electric Side-by-Side is a first for Polaris. The unit features the largest battery pack in the industry (11.5… Continue Reading »
2010 Polaris Ranger 400 2010 Polaris Ranger 400New for 2010, Polaris is introducing the value-priced, Midsize RANGER 400 This unit sports a smaller, two-seat chassis, that fits in the back of a pickup truck, with many of the hardest working, smoothest riding features of their full-sized UTV counterparts: On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive with VersaTrac, Independent Rear Suspension, heavy duty front end protection, high ground clearance and the longest suspension travel in their class. The RANGER 400, although smaller in stature, delivers on the RANGER promise of "hardest working" with real work capabilities such as 500 lbs of cargo capacity, 1,000 lbs payload and 1,250 lbs. of towing,… Continue Reading »
2009 Polaris Ranger Youth RZR 170 2009 Polaris Ranger Youth RZR 170What do you get when you combine the best-selling line of youth ATVs with the hottest side-by-side available? Polaris Adds Youth RANGER RZR to Model Year 2009 Line Up?Introducing the new, youth RANGER RZR 170! For youth riders 12 and up, the youth RANGER RZR 170 has a four-stroke, air-cooled, 169cc engine with electric start and an automatic transmission. Styled similar to its adult counterpart, the side-by-side has a sporty, aggressive look and holds a driver and passenger for double the fun. Along with being an ultra-cool ride for kids, the youth RANGER RZR 170 includes all the safety features… Continue Reading »
2009 Polaris Ranger XP 700 2009 Polaris Ranger XP 700Finally! The Rangers get tilt steering, new adjustable coil over front suspension and a host of refinements. In 2009, Polaris has really paid attention to what consumers have wanted in their Ranger line up. To begin, let’s just make a list of updated items on the exciting redesigned Ranger 4x4 and XP: • Completely redesigned body providing a much sportier, aggressive look • HD Front Bumper with inset light mounting points, tow hooks and tie down points • Fixed main hood with flip-up center, providing good access to electronics • No more front struts = Welcome all new adjustable coil… Continue Reading »
2009 Polaris Ranger RZR S 800 2009 Polaris Ranger RZR S 800With 5” over factory long travel kit , Fox Podium X Shocks with reservoirs, 800 High Output Engine and top speeds of 63 mph, the Polaris Ranger RZR S 800 will be hard to beat. Well, we’ve all wondered what Polaris was going to do to the RZRs this year, especially after having such a successful introduction. We’ve heard the rumors of larger engines, different shocks, to long travel, to who knows what, but today we’re going to walk you through what we find as being the most exciting vehicle of 2009. And, we thought the first introduction was exciting,… Continue Reading »
2009 Polaris Ranger RZR 800 2009 Polaris Ranger RZR 800Improved throttle response, shifting, side nets, new colors, 30% stronger steel in the roll cages, turned down exhaust tip and more. So, now that we’ve got you all hyped about the new Rangers and RZR S, let’s not forget about the trail capable version of the RZR. This is where we’ll talk about all the updates that were made to both the RZR and the RZR S that we listed above. First off, the 2009 Polaris Ranger RZR lineup no longer has the jerky throttle syndrome. Polaris recessed the floorboard of the new RZRs to keep your leg from jerking… Continue Reading »
2009 Polaris Ranger HD 700 2009 Polaris Ranger HD 700As if introducing so many changes to the Ranger XPs wasn't enough, the Ranger HD has a few major additions to the Ranger XPs to make them even better. To start, the Ranger HD is probably designed for ranchers and construction workers that are looking for the ultimate do-anything vehicle around their sites. But, to me, I can see a lot of these units being sold to the recreational folks, too. There are 2 primary reasons I think this. Number 1 is who the heck wouldn’t want power steering? And, can you imagine how well it would ride with all… Continue Reading »