Polaris RANGER is a utility-task (UTV) side-by-side (SxS) vehicle. RANGER comes in several different models and is designed for a variety of off-road applications, including work and recreation. Learn more about Polaris RANGER.
RANGER 1000 and RANGER XP 1000 are both 1000cc full-size, utility side by sides offering 1,000-lb. box capacity and 2,500-lb. towing capacity. However, RANGER XP 1000 has a dual overhead cam (DOHC) engine that delivers 82 horsepower, while RANGER 1000 is powered by a single overhead cam (SOHC) engine that offers 61 horsepower and is tuned for high torque at low rpms. While both are great for work, you'll get more horsepower and quicker performance from the XP 1000, which is ideal for both work and trail-riding scenarios while the RANGER 1000 is a true workhorse. RANGER XP 1000 also features more ground clearance, premium seating, suspension travel and more.
RANGER Extreme Duty class is a new category of RANGER side by sides that are built for the toughest jobs and longest days. With industry-leading power and capability, it's the strongest, most capable, most comfortable offering in the RANGER lineup.
We recommend RANGER 150 EFI for ages 10+. Overall payload capacity for the youth off-road vehicle is 375 lbs. Explore RANGER 150 EFI to learn more about features and specifications.
The expected battery range in Polaris’ all-electric RANGER XP Kinetic is up to 45 miles in the premium model and 80 miles in the ultimate model.* Polaris offers 5-year battery coverage so customers can be certain their vehicle’s battery is up to the task.
*Range estimates based on manufacturer data on typical customer driving usage and conditions. Actual range varies based on conditions such as external environment, weather, speed, cargo loads, rates of acceleration, vehicle maintenance, and vehicle usage.