2015 Polaris Ranger XP 900 Gets More Power 0

Introduced in 2013, the Polaris Ranger XP 900 is one of the most powerful utility-class side-by-sides. For 2015 Polaris has announced the 2015 XP 900 will get a 13% boost in power as well as other changes for better performance to the work and play machine.

Horsepower on the 2015 Ranger XP 900 has increased by 13 percent.

Horsepower on the 2015 Ranger XP 900 has increased by 13 percent.

“TheRanger XP 900 is one of the most sought after vehicles in the line due to its wide range of capabilities that benefit recreational riders, hunters and farmers,” said Craig Scanlon, general manager for Polaris Side-by-Side Vehicles. “Adding more power to the 2015 Ranger XP 900 increases the vehicle’s versatility so it can not only play harder but work harder.”

The 2015 Polaris Ranger XP 900 gets new air intakes as well as graphics packages

The 2015 Polaris Ranger XP 900 gets new air intakes as well as graphics packages.

Polaris has taken their knowledge from the higher powered ProStar engines in the RZR line and applied them to the Ranger XP 900. Peak horsepower has been increased from the recalibrated ProStar 900 mill to 68 hp over the 2014 previous model’s 60 hp. The Minnesota manufacturer claims the Ranger XP 900 will also remain the class-leader in torque.

New intake openings on the rear cab frame allow for improved airflow to the engine intake system as well as the clutch. The 2015 Ranger XP 900 also gets a new look with reshaped headrests and new graphic packages and colors. The Ranger Crew 900 gets the same updates, minus the engine horsepower gain.

The 2015 Ranger Crew 900 gets the same intake and graphics updates as the XP 900.

The 2015 Ranger Crew 900 gets the same intake and graphics updates as the XP 900.

Both the 2015 Ranger XP 900 and Ranger Crew 900 will be on dealership floors in June.

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