Polaris intros 2020 off-road lineup

July 30, 2019 -  By
Ranger 1000 (Photo: Polaris)

Photo: Polaris

Polaris Off Road introduced its 2020 model year lineup in celebration of the company’s 65th anniversary. The new off-road lineup includes a new RZR Pro XP lineup, new models of the Ranger and 55-inch-wide ATV.

“There’s no better way to celebrate the 65th anniversary of Polaris than by introducing world-class off-road machines that truly elevate each brand’s product offering,” said Chris Musso, president of Polaris Off Road. “The all-new RZR Pro XP takes drivers to the next level and is the most capable, most agile and most versatile RZR we have ever built. The Ranger 1000 and Ranger CREW 1000 offer consumer-inspired improvements to get more done and are the ultimate combination of price and performance, while the newly designed Sportsman and Scrambler boast the first-ever, 55-inch-wide ATV chassis, offering riders the most capable machines on the market.”

The all-new Ranger 1000 and Ranger Crew 1000 have added capability to haul and tow more with an all-new ProStar 1000 single overhead cam engine. The vehicle has a 2,500-lb. towing capacity and improved comfort with 25 percent thicker seats than previous models. A full-body skid plate and large steel bumper offer improved durability.

Polaris RZR, the world’s No.1-selling sport performance side-by-side, pushes the industry to a whole new level with the first of a new generation of extreme performance side-by-sides with the ground-breaking introduction of the RZR Pro XP, Pro XP Premium and Pro XP Ultimate. With an all-new platform, professional-grade performance and thoughtful design, the RZR Pro XP can dominate the most rugged terrain thrown at it.

The all-new RZR Pro XP lineup includes the RZR Pro XP, Pro XP Premium and Pro XP Ultimate. This new generation of side-by-sides is designed for demanding off-road environments. Each Pro XP model has 181 horsepower, 20- and 22-inches of usable travel, and a 96-inch wheelbase. The RZR Pro XP Ultimate features technology, including Dynamix 2.0 and an updated Ride Command system.

The 2020 Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 S has a 55-inch-wide chassis with high-speed stability. The long-travel suspension (front: 11.5-inches and rear: 14-inches), and Walker Evans 2.0 shocks with compression adjustment, provide control on any terrain. The machine has 14.5-inches of ground clearance and a 1,750-lb. towing capacity. The factory-installed two-inch hitch receiver and 500-pound combined front and rear rack capacity allow for more hauling.

Visit Polaris’ website to find more about the 2020 off-road vehicle lineup.

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