Polaris Releases New Model for Hunters, Spreads Infotainment to More Machines

Polaris is expanding the Ranger lineup with new technology and some new models.

The new model is the Ranger XP 1000 EPS Back Country Edition, available in both three- and six-seat models, all of which are designed to be the perfect companion to the hunter. Back Country Edition Rangers get a reduced gear ratio transmission to put down more torque, camouflage finish, a high-mount air intake to ensure safe water crossings, a Polaris Pro 4,500-lb winch and a big front bumper.

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Pricing on these models comes in at $19,899 for the XP 1000 EPS Back Country Edition and $21,099 for the six-seat Crew version.

Where technology is concerned, the Ranger Crew XP 1000 is now available with Polaris’ Ride Command Package, adding a seven-inch touchscreen with multiple functions to the center console of the big six-passenger Ranger.

Adding the Ride Command Package brings with it built-in GPS navigation, an AM/FM radio tuner and Bluetooth connectivity, built-in in-dash speakers, and cameras in the front and rear.

Ride Command can also now be had on the Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS NorthStar Edition. Two new colors are now available on the NorthStar Edition as well, which can be had in Sunset Red Metallic, Pearl White and Polaris Pursuit Camo.

The 2019 Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS starts at $16,999 while the NorthStar Edition goes for $27,299.