Polaris dealers across the UK and Ireland will offer a series of new upgrades and colours for the Ranger, RZR, General and Sportsman ranges. The announcement is part of Polaris’ aim to offered tailored options to fit the style and circumstances of its customers.
Sitting at the top of the Ranger range, the XP 1000 is available in a new Azure Crystal colour for 2023 alongside a new ergonomic handbrake handle and Pro Armor X-Terrain 27-inch tyres. Models are available in a range of liveries, with homologation options to suit off-road and on-road driving.
The Ranger 1000 – designed to offer high performance at a reduced price point – will be available in White Lightning for 2023 in both three-seat and Crew models. The three-seat and Nordic Pro models also benefit from a new handbrake.
Diesel and Diesel Deluxe machines now have an isolated front drive, with rubber mountings minimising vibration from the chassis to the passengers. The uprated mounting is said to offer 45% more strength, with the chassis being 15% stronger. Both ranges also include the new handbrake handle and Pro Armor X-Terrain 27-inch tyres.
The Diesel Deluxe is also available with a new Super Graphite livery.
Across the full-size Ranger portfolio, Polaris has equipped new side view mirrors for a clear line of sigh to the rear bed and tyres, featuring curved automotive glass, with full adjustment and break-away.
Mid-sized SP 570 units in Sage Green and Hunter Editions reiceve new mudguards, under-seat storage and a three-position pulse bus bar. The Nordic Pro models are now available with USB charging in the cabin.
The best-selling ATV range also sees a range of updates for the 2023 season. 570 machines now feature six-ply Wanda tyres on 12-inch wheels, available with Orange Rust colouring on EPS models, with Agri Pro special editions available in a Sage Green paint finish.
Other colour options include the Öhlins Edition in new Spirit Blue , the Black Edition in Onyx Black Smoke and the Sportsman 570 SP model in Sunset Red.
At the top of the range, the XP 1000 EPS is now available in Chalk Gloss, with Crimson Metallic added to the options lists of the Touring model.
Recreational machines include the RZR, with the XP 1000 EPS two- and four-seat model now available in Indy Red, while the Trial S can now be specified in Ghost Gray with new FOX 2.0 Podium X Shocks.
Introduced in 2020, the Pro XP machine is offered in Ghost Gray for Sport models, with the FOX 2.0 Podium X shocks, while the Ultimate specification can be purchased in Sunset Red with triple rated rear springs.
The latest model, the Turbo R, is said to be a game changing in power, strength and control, available in Sport and Ultimate trims. Sport units are now available in Onyx Black, while the Ultimate can now be specified in Orange Burst.
Across the range
The Polaris General was launched in 2016, offering a versatile side-by-side machine. For 2023, the 1000 EPS ABS will be available in Stealth Grey. For younger riders, the Ranger 150 EFI is said to be the first youth vehicle with smart safety features and for 2023 will be available in Avalanche Grey.
The company has also announced a series of new parts and accessories available across the entire portfolio.
For more information go to www.polaris.com