POLARIS Off-Road recently introduced its 2020 model year lineup, featuring the next generation of its all-time best-selling RANGER; an all-new class of extreme performance side-by-sides; and the industry’s first 140 cm wide ATV offerings.

The all-new RANGER 1000 and RANGER CREW 1000 feature a newly designed chassis, the all-new ProStar 1000 SOHC engine, which delivers 61 hp and 75 Nm of low-end torque, and a 1,134 kg towing capacity. Overall vehicle comfort has been increased, with improved ergonomics and 25 per cent thicker seats, while the one-piece chassis, full-body skid plate and large steel bumper offer improved durability.

The RZR Pro XP lineup offers 181 hp, 50.8 cm and 55.8 cm of usable travel, and a brand new 243.8 cm wheelbase with eight-times stronger axles and a three-times stronger drive system. The RZR Pro XP Ultimate also features the DYNAMIX 2.0 intelligent suspension system.

The 2020 Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 S features the industry’s first 140 cm wide chassis, long-travel suspension (front: 29.2 cm and rear: 35.6 cm) and Walker Evans 2.0 shocks with compression adjustment. It offers 36.8 cm of ground clearance, 794 kg towing capacity and 227 kg combined front and rear rack capacity.

The Scrambler XP 1000 S features a 140 cm wide stance, long-travel suspension (front: 31.8 cm and rear: 35.6 cm) and two-mode (standard and performance) throttle control. Walker Evans 2.0 shocks with hi-low speed compression and rebound adjustment offer the confidence to attack rugged terrain, while 30.5 cm lightweight, aluminium wheels allow the 27-inch tyres to resist puncture.

“There’s no better way to celebrate the 65th anniversary of Polaris than by introducing world-class off-road machines that truly elevate each brand’s product offering,” said Chris Musso, president of Polaris Off-Road.

“The all-new RZR Pro XP takes drivers to the next level and is the most capable, most agile and most versatile RZR we have ever built. The RANGER 1000 and RANGER CREW 1000 offer consumer-inspired improvements to get more done and are the ultimate combination of price and performance, while the newly designed Sportsman and Scrambler boast the first-ever, 140 cm wide ATV chassis, offering riders the most capable machines on the market.”