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Polaris Introduces Updated 2019 Model Year Vehicles

Polaris has introduced four updated vehicle lines to begin model year 2019. The newest products from the company include three types of side-by-sides and one ATV. Upgraded machines with more technology options will make the newest Ranger, RZR, General, and Sportsman more fun and functional on farms and ranches.


For 10 years, the Polaris Ranger has been the industry’s best-selling utility side-by-side.

Now, certain 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS models can be ordered with Ride Command as a factory-installed package. They technology includes an integrated GPS system and audio capabilities. Operators can choose between AM/FM, Weatherband, Bluetooth, or USB audio inputs so they can listen to music or podcasts while they drive. Ride Command also includes built-in navigation and two cameras: one in the front, one in the rear. The screen can also be used to control vehicle diagnostics. The system is controlled by a 7” off-road ready display that can be paired with your phone or other Bluetooth devices. The touch screen system is designed to work with gloves. Expect to pay $17,999 for a Ranger with this package.

For the 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS additional NorthStar Edition color options are now available including Steel Blue, Pearl White, Magnetic Gray, and Polaris Pursuit Camo. Outfitted with the Ride Command technology, expect to pay $25,999 for a 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS NorthStar Edition.

The Ranger XP 1000 and Ranger Crew XP 1000 line have been expanded to include the new High Lifter Edition and the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition.

The 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS High Lift Edition and the 2019 Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS High Lift Edition are equipped with newly redesigned, factory-installed half doors. The unique design includes 1-inch water drains for muddy rides. The 82-hp. machines deliver 11 inches of suspension travel.

“Adventure-seeking mud consumers will experience a 20% increase in overall driveline strength and a new geared revers transmission allowing for robust durability that will cut through the mud pits all day long,” a company press statement claims.

It continues by saying, “The 28-inch Outlaw 2 tires, arched A-arms, and 13.5 inches of ground clearance get riders through the toughest mud pits.”

The 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS High Lift Edition starts at $19,999, while the 2019 Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS High Lift Edition starts at $21,499.

The Ranger XP EPS 20th Anniversary Limited Edition and the Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS 20th Anniversary Limited Edition come in Maroon Metallic and have a redesigned interior and exterior. This includes two-tone automotive paint and stitched seats exclusive to these models. They are equipped with 27-inch six-ply Maxxis tires and can seat six people. Limited quantities of these machines are available. Expect to pay $16,799 for the 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS 20th Anniversary Limited Edition and $17,799 for the 2019 Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS 20th Anniversary Limited Edition.


The Polaris RZR has also been updated for 2019. The refreshed Xtreme Performance line has new aggressive styling and several performance upgrades. New LED headlights also set apart the new model. In the driver’s station premium digital instrumentation and more storage improve user experience.

The XP 1000 lineup also offers new Dynamix active suspension technology and Ride Command. No longer exclusive to the XP Turbo lineup, Dynamix is a smart off-road suspension system that continuously adjusts the shocks on-the-fly. The 2109 RXR Extreme Performance Lineup starts at $17,999.

The trail-ready four-seater RXR S4 1000 has increased horsepower. Expect to pay $18,999 for this 100-hp. model.


The Polaris General is available in more colors for the 2019 model year. A limited-edition Breakout Camo model is new for the year, as well. For the first time, bronze wheels can be ordered factory-installed. The 2019 General starts at $16,299.


In addition to new colors for premium models, the 2019 Polaris Sportsman features improved electric power steering on all equipped models. This ATV starts at $5,999.

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