2014 Polaris Ranger XP 900 Deluxe First Look 0

The original Ranger XP 900 made its debut in 2013 so this is a quick freshen-up for an already new Polaris utility side-by-side model. The XP 900 Deluxe is aimed at the recreational rider thanks to some modifications to the cockpit area. The first thing to go is the utilitarian bench seat found on the 2013

XP 900 Ranger, replaced by a pair of cut-and-sewn bucket seats and a center console that doubles as a storage compartment. Color-matched half-doors are standard equipment as well as a factory sound system. Polaris is keen to point out that the new Ranger XP 900 Deluxe version is still a capable work horse with its on-demand All-Wheel-Drive, 1-ton towing capacity and 1000-lb capacity in the bed.

2014 Polaris Ranger XP 900 Deluxe will be available in Nuclear Sunset Orange color way and will be available in January, 2014. MSRP has not been revealed.

Engine: Liquid-Cooled 4-Stroke SOCH Twin Cylinder
Displacement: 875 cc
Fuel System: Fuel-Injected
Transmission: Automatic PVT
Final Drive: Shaft
Front Suspension: Dual A-Arm 10-inches Travel
Rear Suspension: Dual A-Arm 10-inches Travel
Brakes: 4-Hydraulic Discs
Tires: (Front) 26 x 9-12 (Rear) 26 x 11-12
Wheelbase: 81-inches
Length: 116.5-inches
Width: 63-inches
Height: 76-inches
Fuel Capacity: 10-gallons
Dry Weight: 1342 lbs.

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