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2019 Ranger Crew XP1000 Has Six-Passenger Standard!

Fueled by More than 100 Owner-Inspired Improvements, the All-New RANGER CREW XP 1000 Sets the New Standard for Six-Passenger Utility Side-by-Sides. Polaris RANGER®, the industry’s No.1-selling utility side-by-side vehicle, today introduced the completely reinvented 2019 RANGER CREW® XP 1000, setting the new standard for six-passenger utility. It brings added passenger and payload capacity to the world’s HARDEST WORKING. SMOOTHEST RIDING.® side-by-side.

2019 POLARIS RANGER XP 1000 CREW

-- MORE THAN JUST A WORKHORSE -- NEWS FROM POLARIS: The all-new RANGER CREW XP 1000 builds on the legendary ride and handling RANGER is known for. It boasts up-to 13 inches of class-leading ground clearance and more durable, 27-inch, 6-ply tires to conquer the toughest terrain. With an unrivaled 11 inches of suspension travel courtesy of RANGER CREW-specific shocks, the ride stays ultra-smooth even when the land is not. Thanks to a 10-percent tighter turning radius and standard EPS, drivers can navigate tight confines with…

CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 X RS vs. POLARIS RZR TURBO DYNAMIX

-- Horsepower kings go head to head -- In the production UTV world of colossal horsepower and monstrous torque, there are two brands that stand in a power struggle atop the sport UTV world. The two companies that offer these titans of the UTV world are Polaris and Can-Am. The machines we’re speaking of are the Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs and Polaris RZR XP Turbo Dynamix. This contest shows no sign of ending, and it’s not just an engine power struggle; it’s a fight to have the best suspension, most comfort, superior 4WD,…

First Test: 2018 Turbo S!

Our experience with the all new Polaris Turbo S. This machine is nothing like any stock machine we have seen before. Polaris is really stepping up their game to make the competitors work hard. At 72" wide for a stock machine, along with a reinforced chassis and 32" tires, this impressive vehicle will be hard to beat.

NEW RAPID ROPE RECOVERY WINCH

-- POLARIS INTRODUCES NEW FEATURE FOR ITS PRO HD WINCH LINEUP -- Polaris is launching a first-of-its-kind Rapid Rope Recovery feature to its current PRO HD Winch lineup and expanding the PRO HD Winch into the SPORTSMAN and ACE models. Rapid Rope Recovery re-spools the rope five times faster than the lower gear, allowing riders to get back to work or back on the trails faster, and will come standard on the PRO HD Winch Lineup for RANGER, RZR, GENERAL, SPORTSMAN and ACE models. The Rapid Rope Recovery feature was…

NEW MOOSE FUEL PUMPS FOR YOUR POLARIS

-- REPLACES THE STOCK FUEL PUMPS AT A LOWER PRICE -- The Moose fuel pumps are available for both carbureted and fuel-injected Polaris quads and UTVs. They maintain the stock flow rates and come with a pick up screen/filter for $24.95 to $53.95. Carbureted fuel pump, $24.95. Fuel-injected fuel pump, $53.95 FEATURES: Direct replacement fuel pumps Available for EFI or carbureted models Stock flow rates Pick up screen/filters included with EFI pumps About Moose Racing Moose Racing has…

RZR FACTORY RACING AT THE MINT 400

-- JUSTIN LAMBERT TAKES HIS RZR TURBO TO VICTORY -- Polaris Press Release: At the 50th annual Mint 400 off-road race Polaris RZR Factory Racing had victories in all three UTV classes as Justin Lambert won the Turbo class and Rhys Millen took the victory in the unlimited class.  The weekend was rounded out with a podium sweep in the NA class lead by Dodge Poleman, Seth Quintero, and Kristen Matlock. Lambert battled his way through the packed field of 69 turbo cars after he started 59th to take the lead time on the last…

NEW RZR XP TURBO S

-- Polaris Press Release: The all new RZR® XP Turbo S. Bigger, tougher, the 72-inch RZR XP Turbo S is an off-road monster, completely redesigned and reengineered from top to bottom. The result is RZR’s most capable side-by-side machine, setting new standards in nearly every measurable category. Complete with Polaris’ exclusive DYNAMIX™ Active Suspension, the RZR XP Turbo S has an all-new vehicle design and an evolved cockpit allowing the driver to devour virtually everything in its path. “We set out to create the most…

NEW POLARIS RANGER FOR $4,999

— Polaris has added a new model to its Ranger UTV lineup aimed at the younger members of the family. At the top you have the Ranger 1000 and at the beginner level you now have the Ranger 150. Polaris has done a good job of providing smaller machines for the youth market. For ATV kids there is the Outlaw 50 and Outlaw 110, as well as the Sportsman 110 which are two-wheel drive machines. There’s also the Phoenix 200 which is a 4×4 quad. For youth UTVs Polaris began with the RZR 170 and then later added the single-seat Ace…

UTV GO-BAG: Everything you should take with you on the trail

-- For decades American Express has used the slogan “Don’t leave home without it.” While a credit card and some cash are among the things we should always carry on UTV adventures, they will not be enough in the boonies. A satisfying UTV adventure has a beginning, some great fun and a triumphant return to your starting point. Having to walk back to camp puts a hurt on the fun factor. The answer is in that bag in the back of your machine, or it should be. If you’re going farther than you want to walk home, be prepared in…

RZR RS1 INVADES RED BULL RALLYCROSS

-- The Red Bull Global Rallycross series is a fan favorite based on the close wheel-to-wheel racing on a closed course inside a stadium. It's part dirt and part pavement and the race machines have been hopped-up rally cars, but now they're adding a class just for the Polaris RZR RS1. These fast, single-seater machines should be able to put on quite a show as a pack of drivers fight for the top spot on the podium. We predict some exciting slam-bam racing from the RS1 pilots and you might want to check out an event…

FIXING ELECTRICAL ISSUES

-- Winston "Boss" McKannick is the shop foreman here at Dirt Wheels and one of his main jobs is to help out readers who may have a problem with their quad or UTV. He is the Mister-Know-It-All when it comes to mechanical problems and how to fix them. Today's question comes from a reader in South Dakota: Dear Boss, I purchased a leftover 2016 Polaris Ranger High Lifter 900. I love it, except for its ability to “eat” headlight fuses. About three times a month the 10-amp headlight fuse blows. I do not ride in…