Polaris Ranger Diesel

Polaris has introduced a diesel Ranger 4x4 side-by-side utility vehicle with 904cc engine delivering 24hp and up to 35mph top speed.

Polaris Ranger Diesel - image: Polaris
Polaris Ranger Diesel - image: Polaris
It also offers on-demand true all-wheel drive, automatically engaging all four wheels when needed. VersaTrac turf mode allows operation on more sensitive terrain.

The Ranger's suspension is the only four-corner adjustable system available. It adjusts to a softer setting for general work or stiffer for heavy-duty applications. A key feature is the Polaris independent suspension, with 22.9cm of travel and a full 30.5cm ground clearance.

Developed as a workhorse, the Polaris Ranger Diesel has a 680kg payload of people and gear. Towing capacity is 907kg. It can be fitted in seconds with Polaris Lock & Ride accessories such as bumpers, brushguards and winches as well as cabs and cab components.


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