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2014 Polaris Ranger Lineup

2014 Polaris RANGER is the Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding line of utility vehicles available. The line offers full size, midsize and multi- passenger vehicles for hunt, farm, and trail. For Model Year 2014, Polaris will add three new vehicles to an already comprehensive offering, the RANGER CREW® 900, RANGER® 570 EFI and RANGER CREW® 570 EFI.

For Model Year 2013, Polaris defined a whole new class of Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding with the new, full size RANGER XP® 900. For 2014, all the benefits of the RANGER XP 900 now can be found on the all-new, multi-passenger RANGER CREW 900.

Similar to its hardest working three-passenger counterpart, the RANGER CREW 900 offers more power with its ProStarTM 900 engine that churns out 60 horsepower, a 50 percent increase over the RANGER CREW 800 EFI model, and has the ability to tow a ton. The ride is quieter due to the engine’s new location under the rear cargo box. The box features more tiedown points, provisions for easily-inserted box dividers, larger gate release and boasts a 1,000 lb/453.6 kg capacity. It also is wide enough to fit a pallet and is compatible with Lock & Ride accessories so the vehicle can tackle any hauling project thrown its way.

The RANGER CREW 900 has a wide variety of accessories available for a myriad of work applications. To ensure the vehicle is hard working and able to run more accessories at one time, Polaris equipped it with a high capacity battery and new stator for 30 percent more electrical power over the RANGER CREW 800 EFI. One of the most exciting accessories available is the Lock & RideTM PRO-FITTM cab accessories, designed for total integration. Similar to the RANGER XP 900 cab frame, the new RANGER CREW 900 frame also features profile tubing, providing a 360-degree sealing surface for every cab component. Windshields, roofs, doors and rear panels follow the shape of the vehicle, locking directly into the cab frame’s precision contours. Many PRO-FIT cab components feature Polaris-exclusive Lock & RideTM technology for quick and easy on and off. The cabs are 60 percent quieter at idle and 40 percent quieter at 20 mph/32.2 kph.

To complement the hardest working features, the RANGER CREW 900 features a restyled, all-new cab and a more rigid chassis for a new class of smoothest riding in a multipassenger vehicle. The completely redesigned cockpit fits five people more comfortably and offers class-leading ergonomics, including a new center console with added storage and cup holders. The adjustable driver’s seat, found on Limited Edition models, and standard tilt steering gives occupants more options in comfort. The new seat belts are easier to use and Polaris added a full shoulder harness for the rear, middle passenger. The cab also offers tons of storage both in-dash and under both the front and rear seats.

For an incredibly smooth ride and optimal handling that complements the RANGER CREW 900’s longer wheelbase, the vehicle features an all-new chassis that is more rigid, with increased torsional stiffness. This delivers a smoother ride, low vibration and the ability to tackle anything that stands in its way. The RANGER CREW 900 has easy steering with or without Electronic Power Steering (EPS), and features 5 in/12.7 cm more wheelbase, 1 in/2.5 cm more rear suspension travel and 11.3 in/28.7 cm of ground clearance.

The new unit also is easy to own and maintain. The wet sump engine, which offers 100 hours between service intervals, is easily accessed from under the rear cargo box, and has an easily accessible oil check and fill. It also features common metric fasteners for most parts and grease zerks to flush joints. For operator ease, there is fuel access on the driver’s side and a 11 percent larger gas tank that holds 10 gal/37.85 liters, making gassing up more convenient and less frequent.

The RANGER CREW 900 is available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Polaris Pursuit Camo. Limited Edition models include Sunset Red and Titanium Matte Metallic. Electronic Power Steering (EPS) is standard on the Polaris Pursuit Camo and Limited Edition models. The RANGER CREW 800 EFI and RANGER CREW Diesel, both offered in Sage Green, round out the 2014 full size, multi-passenger offering.
The midsize RANGER and midsize multi-passenger lines also have new members for 2014 with the introduction of the RANGER 570 EFI and RANGER CREW 570 EFI.

The RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI have all of the hardest working, smoothest riding features found on the previous 500cc versions: On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive with VersaTrac, Independent Rear Suspension, high ground clearance and the longest suspension travel in their classes with the addition of a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder Pro-StarTM 570 engine delivering smooth, efficient power and 40 horsepower, giving the vehicles 25 percent more power than previous models. Originally launched on the RZR 570, the engine features dual overhead cams and 4 valves, along with an automotive style electronic fuel injection system. The RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI also offer easier gear shifting for smoother operation due to a new transmission. And, with the engine now placed behind the seat, operators will have a quieter ride.

Polaris Ranger 570

All RANGERs are hardworking and the RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI are no exception with their 500 lb/226.8 kg of cargo capacity, 1,250 lb/567 kg. of towing, and 1,000 lb/453.6 kg and 1,250lb/453.6 kg payload, respectively.To use more accessories at once, the units were equipped with a larger stator that provides 29 percent more electrical power making them more capable work partners. If you need to bring more than one person along, the RANGER CREW 570 EFI offers a second row of seating for two additional passengers.

The units’ On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive ensures they can tackle muddy pastures or rutted, rocky hunting trails, while the VersaTrac ensures you don’t tear up the grass. With a fullline of accessories, including Lock & Ride, cabs and plows, the RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI can be outfitted to get any job done.

To complement its hard work ethic, the RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI have smoothest riding features such as Independent Rear Suspension, long suspension travel and high ground clearance to ensure a smooth ride and less fatigue on the operator. For additional comfort and for the first time on midsize units, the Limited Edition RANGER 570 EFI and CREW 570 EFI will offer EPS.

The RANGER 570 EFI will join the RANGER 400, RANGER 800 Midsize and RANGER EV in the Midsize class and is available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Polaris Pursuit Camo, with a Gold Mist Limited Edition model with EPS. The RANGER 400 is available in Sage Green and the RANGER 800 Midsize is available in Sage Green and Polaris Pursuit Camo, with a Gold Mist Limited Edition model also featuring EPS. The RANGER EV is available in Avalanche Gray and Polaris Pursuit Camo. The RANGER CREW 570 EFI is available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Polaris Pursuit Camo, with a Burgundy Metallic Limited Edition model with EPS. The unit will join the RANGER CREW 800 EFI, RANGER CREW Diesel and new RANGER CREW 900 EFI in the multi-passenger offering.

For Model Year 2013, the full size line saw the addition of the RANGER XP 900 which defined a whole new class of hardest working, smoothest riding. This model returns for 2014 in Sage Green, Solar Red and Polaris Pursuit Camo, with Sage Green and Solar Red EPS units also available. The Browning Limited Edition model returns for 2014, now standard with EPS and Engine Braking (EBS). Power steering, Limited Edition RANGER XP 900s include Titanium Matte Metallic, Sunset Red and White Lightning. The full size RANGER 800 EFI is available in Sage Green and Polaris Pursuit Camo with a Limited Edition Model with EPS in Sunset Red. The RANGER Diesel is available in Sage Green, and the RANGER 6×6 is offered in Avalanche Gray and Sage Green. All 2014 full size RANGER vehicles also feature a shoulder harness for the middle passenger.

For more information on the Polaris Ranger Line-up, please visit www.polaris.com

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2014 Polaris Ranger XP 900 Delux

Polaris unleashed the Ranger XP 900 in 2013 in several forms, with and without EPS, and the ProStar engine and RZR styling injected a lot of performance into the utility UTV segment. The Pro-Fit cab system and attention to detail are excellent, and the 2014 Ranger XP 900 Deluxe takes styling and features to yet another level. Only the $20,299 Commander 1000 Limited comes with more standard equipment, but the Ranger XP 900 Deluxe has more accessory options and an MSRP that’s $3800 less. Let’s check out the Deluxe’s luxury!

HOW DOES COST COMPARE?
The base Ranger XP 900 in Sage Green or Solar Red is $13,199 (up $200 over last year), and the Polaris Pursuit Camo is $13,999. The XP 900 EPS starts at $14,199, with the Sunset Red or White Lightning Limited Editions going for $14,999 and the Browning LE being $15,999. The new XP 900 Deluxe with special graphics is $16,499. Can- Am’s Commander 800 DPS is $12,899, and XTs are $14,499 to $17,499 (XT-TT), while the Commander 1000 DPS is $14,199, XTs are $15,799 to $16,649, and the XT-P TT is $19,599. Arctic Cat’s Prowler XTZ1000 EPS is $14,999.

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WHAT’S NEW FOR 2014?
The Ranger XP 900 was new for 2013 with Turf mode, and the Deluxe is new for 2014. The Ranger XP 900 engine puts out a claimed 60 horsepower and propels the Ranger XP to more than 60 mph. It’s wrapped with an all-new frame with twice the rigidity of the Ranger XP800 chassis, and the engine rides under the palletsized dump bed with a huge muffler for quiet running. The new frame increases suspension travel by an inch and the wheelbase by 5 inches to 81 inches, like a RZR XP 900. Tilt steering is standard, and the XP 900 is available with or without EPS. Limited Editions also have an adjustable driver’s seat, and the Deluxe sports a Bluetooth/MP3 stereo with speakers at both ends of the under-dash, like the 2103 Bronze Mist LE.

The Nuclear Sunset Orange Ranger XP 900 Deluxe EPS has a new cockpit to appeal to the recreational rider, with bolstered cut-and-sew bucket seats, an adjustable driver’s seat, and a center console with integrated storage. Colormatched half doors replace nets and rods and provide more protection and ease of use. I-Beam ROPS cages on all XP 900s accept the Polaris Pro-Fit cab systems, while the bed accepts Lock & Ride accessories.

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HOW IS THE PROSTAR POWER?

Plentiful and predictable. While the 875cc engine is detuned compared to the RZR XP 900’s, it still puts out 60 usable horsepower, and the CVT clutch and EFI are tuned for quick engagement and crisp acceleration. It launches forward with authority, gains speed like it doesn’t weigh over 1300 pounds, and it’ll top out in the low 60s. In slick conditions, the driver will need to use mental traction control when applying the throttle and/or use 4WD, as the motor overpowers the rear tires in 2WD. The ProStar motor makes this one of the fastest utility UTVs, along with the Prowler XTZ1000.

WHAT ABOUT 4WD DELIVERY?
It’s amazing. The CVT and EFI react almost instantly, and the launch is smooth and predictable. In 4WD, the front differential doesn’t engage until sensors detect the rear wheels spinning faster than the front wheels, which eliminates the dreaded 4×4 push when entering turns. It’s also great for climbing hills and mud bogging, and the front diff locks automatically for rock crawling; however, no Ranger is equipped with EBS or Active Descent Control (ADC), so the CVT either freewheels down hills, or you can feed enough throttle to keep the clutch engaged and the rear tires do receive some engine braking.

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HOW ABOUT THE EXTREME SUSPENSION?
It’s on par with the best utility UTV suspension. Dual front and rear A-arms work with preload-adjustable shocks to provide 10 inches of travel all around, and the shocks are tuned for a smooth ride in most conditions. Cranking up the preload helps resist bottoming, especially with a load in the bed, and unloaded, the balance is good. Can-Am Commanders have rear trailing arms with less scrub during travel, but the Ranger XP 900 is right there with it, performance-wise.

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WHAT ABOUT THE HANDLING?
It’s excellent. The XP 900 has a good combination of straight-line stability and turning prowess, and EPS makes snaking through twisty trails easy. Its 60-inch width allows it to corner harder than trail-width RZRs, and the rear torsion bar helps keep the chassis flat in turns. The Ranger 900 is fun to drift on forest-service roads and is a little loose on slick surfaces, so use 4WD in muddy conditions.

HOW IS THE XP IN ROCKS?
It’s trustworthy. The throttle modulates well for delicate climbs, and the on-demand AWD maximizes traction. The suspension articulates well, and it has a foot of ground clearance plus a full skid plate. Better yet, the Deluxe has half doors and bucket seats for more confidence in the cabin, plus EPS. And, it also has the power to spin taller tires.

IS IT A MUD MONSTER?
You bet. Air ducts are at the level of the top frame rails or higher, as the Ranger XP 900 has filtered intakes, like a RZR XP 900. It has excellent CVT seals and protected wiring, a foot of ground clearance and fairly aggressive OEM tires, although they’re only 25 inches on base and EPS-LE models and 26 inches on the Deluxe. The XP 900 has the power to turn much taller tires too.

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HOW ABOUT THE BRAKES?

They’re worthy of a sport UTV. The XP 900 has four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, and the front calipers are twin puck. Stainless-steel brake lines swell less when pressure is applied, so the Ranger stops as hard as it accelerates. It also has low range to slow it on steep hills, but no EBS or ADC like high-end Sportsman ATVs; it does have park in the transmission.

HOW ABOUT TRAIL COMFORT?
“TC” should be its nickname. The Deluxe’s custom seats are awesome, and the doors provide easy entrance/ egress and security on the trail. The satellite radio and audio system are awesome, and there is plenty of storage space in the console and dash recesses. Vibration and engine noise in the cabin are minimal, and the driver has EPS, a custom tilt wheel and an adjustable seat. The passenger has one grab point on the ROPS upright and dead pedals for bracing, and the cage is designed for accessory roofs, windshields and even full-cab enclosures.

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WHAT’S OUR FINAL ANSWER?
The Polaris Ranger XP 900 is a hot rod that also does heavy lifting with a 1000-pound capacity bed and 1-ton towing. The Ranger Deluxe is like an off-road limousine. It has an awesome engine, excellent CVT and 4WD systems, suspension, handling, brakes and trail comfort. As the styling implies, the Ranger XP 900 has a lot of RZR DNA, so it’s as much fun on the trail or a weekend outing as it is effective on the job site during the week. Check out coverage of the High Lifter Mud Nationals to see the heights the XP 900 can be lifted to.

SPECS
2014 POLARIS RANGER XP 900 EFI 4X4
ENGINE/TRANSMISSION

Engine type Liquid-cooled, 8-valve, DOHC, 4-stroke twin
Displacement ………………………………………… 875cc
Bore x stroke ……………………. 93mm x 66.4mm (x2)
Compression ratio …………………………………….9.2:1
Lubrication system ……………………………..Wet sump
Additional cooling …………………………………..Auto fan
Carburetion ……………………………….. 40mm EFI (x2)
Starting/back-up …………………………….. Electric/none
Starting procedure …………………..Turn ignition switch
Air filter:
Type ……………………………………………. Paper pleat
Access ………………………… Tool-less, undo 5 clasps
Transmission ……………….. Dual-range CVT w/ reverse
Reverse procedure………… Move range selector to “R”
Drive system … Selectable 2WD/4WD w/ auto diff-lock
Final drives …………………………………………….Shafts
DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES/WEIGHTS
Fuel capacity ……………………………………… 10.0 gal.
Wheelbase ………………………………………………81.0”
Overall length/width/height …………….. 116.5”/60”/76”
Ground clearance …………………………………………12”
Claimed dry weight ………………………………. 1342 lb.
Bed weight limit…………………………………… 1000 lb.
Hitch ………………………………………… 2-inch receiver
Towing limit………………………………………… 2000 lb.
ROLLING CHASSIS
Frame …………………………………… Steel square tube
Suspension/wheel travel:
Front ……………… Dual A-arm w/ prel.-adj. shocks/10”
Rear ………….. IRS dual A-arm w/ prel..-adj. shocks/10
Brakes/actuation:
Front ……………………. Hydraulic discs/left-side pedal
Rear ……………………. Hydraulic discs/left-side pedal
Parking …………………………………….Lever on console
Tires:
Front ………………………………….. AT 26×10-12 PXT
Rear …………………………………… AT 26×11-12 PXT
ELECTRICAL
DC outlet ……………………………………………..Console
Lighting:
Front ………………….(2) 55W/60W hi/low headlights
Rear ………………………………… Dual brake/tail lights
DETAILS
Instrumentation ….. Speed/odo/trip/hour/rpm/fuel/gear/
clock/2WD-4WD
Colors … Sage Green, Solar Red, PPC, LE Sunset Red,
Ti Matte Metallic, DLX Nuclear Sunset Orange
Minimum recommended operator age ………………..16
Suggested retail price ………………$13,199–$16,499
Contact …………………………..Polaris, (800) POLARIS

RATINGS
MOTOR/TRANNY

Overall power ……………………………..5
Low ………………………………………5
Mid ………………………………………5
Top ………………………………………5
Throttle response …………………………5
Idling smoothness ………………………..5
Shifting/tranny …………………………….5
HANDLING AND CHASSIS
Overall handling……………………………5
Turning precision………………………….5
Turning stability …………………………..5
Powersliding ……………………………….5
Steering ease ……………………………..5
Off-cambers ……………………………….5
High-speed stability ………………………5
Jumping …………………………………….3
Front brakes ……………………………….5
Rear brakes ………………………………..5
Front suspension………………………….5
Rear suspension ………………………….5
Low-speed ride plushness ………………5
High-speed bump control ……………….4
Ground clearance …………………………5
Undercarriage protection ……………….5
Traction …………………………………….5
Hill-climbing ………………………………..5
Downhilling …………………………………4
Water/mud…………………………………5
Rock hounding……………………………..5
RIDER COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
Overall ease of use ……………………….5
Startup ease ………………………………5
Seat comfort ………………………………5
Vibration ……………………………………5
Wheel/seat/footrest ……………………..5
Mud/water protection ……………………5
Air-filter access …………………………..5
Control ease ……………………………….5
Range selection switch ………………….5
Storage box size ………………………….5
Storage box access ………………………5
Rear bed space …………………………..5
OVERALL
Overall design ……………………………..5
Fit and finish ……………………………….5
Overall sport ………………………………4
Overall utility ………………………………5
Overall rating ………………………………5

RANGER XP 900 HIGHS:

• Incredible 60-horsepower motor
• High-end CVT smooths out power
• Stiff chassis upgrades handling
• New high in creature comforts
• Turf mode for tighter turning
RANGER XP 900 LOWS:
• No four-wheel engine braking
FINANCING & INCENTIVES
• 2.99% interest & up to $1300 cash
back at press time

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2014 Polaris RANGER XP 900 EPS EFISpecifications

Engine Type4-Stroke Twin Cylinder
Displacement875cc
Fuel SystemElectronic Fuel Injection
CoolingLiquid
Transmission/Final DriveAutomatic PVT H/L/N/R; Shaft
Drive SystemOn-Demand True AWD/2WD/
VersaTrac Turf Mode
Engine Braking System/
Active Descent Control
Not Equipped
Front SuspensionDual A-Arm 10" Travel
Rear SuspensionDual A-Arm, IRS 10" Travel
Front/Rear Brakes4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc with Dual-Bore Front Calipers
Parking BrakePark In-Transmission
Front Tires25 x 10-12; 489
Rear Tires25 x 11-12; 489
WheelsStamped Steel
Wheelbase81"
Dry Weight1,360 lb
Overall Vehicle Size
(L x W x H)
116.5 x 60 x 76"
Ground Clearance12" (30.5 cm)
Seat HeightN.A.
Fuel Capacity10 gal (37.9 L)
Bed Box Dimensions
(L x W x H)
36.5 x 54 x 11.5"
(93 x 137 x 29 cm)
Front/Rear Rack Box CapacityN.A./1,000 lb (453.6 kg)
Payload Capacity1,500 lb (680.4 kg)
Hitch Towing Rating2,000 lb (907.2 kg)
Unbraked Trailer Towing CapacityN.A.
Hitch/TypeStandard/2" Receiver
Cargo SystemLock & Ride
Lighting55W low/ 60W high
Electronic Power SteeringStandard
InstrumentationDigital Gauge, Speedometer, Odometer, Tachometer, Tripmeter, Hour Meter, Clock, Gear Indicator, Fuel Gauge, Hi-Temp/Low-Batt Lights, DC Outlets (2)
ColorsSolar Red, Sage Green, Polaris
Pursuit Camo, Browning LE, Titanium Matte
Metallic LE, Sunset Red LE
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