Ranger XP 900 Deluxe ($16,499): The list of features on the Ranger XP 900 Deluxe includes a lot of things you would expect in a car, except Polaris is offering them in a side by side.
The Prostar 900 power plant comes with an engine management system, and it has electronic power steering. The things that turn this Ranger into a Deluxe are cut and sew bucket seats with a center console, a deluxe steering wheel with ten inches of adjustment, an audio system that works with Bluetooth and MP3 players, half doors, a tip-out glass windshield and a sport roof.
Not all of the Ranger XP 900 Deluxe’s features are so easy to spot. The rear-mounted engine is made to be easily accessible by simply lifting the rear cargo bed, and the modular-minded design allows any combination of roof, windshield, rear panel and doors.
Scrambler XP 1000 EPS ($13,299): Boasting 89hp, the Scrambler XP 1000 EPS is a new model with big intentions. The 1000cc engine is a new design from Polaris, and it is paired with a high-flow dual exhaust. Front and rear racks carry 75lbs., while the addition of a winch and careful use of the high/low transmission gives the Scrambler a 1500-lb. towing capacity.
Rider comfort comes in the form of wider floorboards and a narrower “sport” seat. Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks help absorb the bumps. Riders will have to settle for the single color option, though, which is White Lightning.
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