Polaris has unveiled its lineup of 2020 off-road vehicles, which includes an all-new RZR Pro XP, the company announced.
Hot on the heels of second-quarter results indicating a downtick in sales, the OEM is putting out two new Rangers, three RZR Pros and the industry’s first two 55-inch ATVs.
The Ranger 1000 and Ranger Crew 1000 are priced at $12,999 and $14,399, respectively. The models sport ProStar 1000 engines with 61 horsepower and 55 lb-ft of low-end torque, enabling 2,500-lb. towing capacity.
Polaris designed three Ranger accessory packages for the lineup. The Winter Prep package, which starts at $2,000, includes a heater kit and a 4,500-lb. winch; the Back Country package consists of a 20% stronger driveline and costs $2,800; and the Ride Command package starts at $2,500 and comes with a sport roof and software enhancements.
The new RZR Pro XP “extreme performance” side-by-side comes in three varieties: Pro XP, Pro XP Premium and Pro XP Ultimate. The vehicles feature updated software, a 96-inch wheel-base, and engines that boast 181 horsepower. Pricing ranges from $22,299 to $28,499.
The OEM is topping off the lineup with 55-inch wide ATVs. The Sportsman XP 1000 S boasts a 1,750-lb. towing capacity and 500-lb. combined front and rear rack capacity. Meanwhile, the 2020 Scrambler XP 1000 S is designed for terrain with two-mode throttle controls, hi-low speed compression and rebound adjustment. The Sportsman and Scrambler models are priced at $14,999.
Check out the video below to see the teaser for the 2020 RZR Pro XP: