New Polaris Ranger XP 900 SXS

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We tested the new Ranger XP 900 at Polaris’ R&D facility in Wyoming, MN. The Ranger Rodeo is where most of the comparison video between the Ranger and it’s competition is filmed for Polaris’ website.
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An available accessory radio with Bluetooth adds a level of sophistication to the model line.
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Many Genuine Polaris accessories are already developed for the new Ranger XP 900. They include plows, cab systems with options like heat and power windows, winches, wheels, bumpers, side steps, and many more.
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One of the original Ranger machines that helped define the current genre.
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The all-new 2013 Ranger XP 900 is more powerful, capable, and refined than ever before.
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The Pro Star 900, first seen in the RZR XP 900, powers the Ranger XP 900. It’s quieter, more powerful, and much more refined.
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The new cab has more storage, added comfort, and it’s much quieter than previous models.
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A Browning special edition model is available with EPS, gun scabbards, a winch, and a unique camo body and two-tone interior.
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A new Polaris accessory winch has a magnet attached to the cable, which shuts the winch off at just the perfect time, keeping the winch cable from binding.
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Engineers thought of nearly everything. Instead of throwing away the stock bumper when in need of a beefy replacement, they’ve instead been designed to accept add ons, like light and grill guards.

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