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Polaris Introduces 2019 Lineup

Posted in News on July 31, 2018
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Polaris Off-Road Vehicles introduced its all-new 2019-model-year vehicles with significant upgrades and technology options across all of its brands. “We had a remarkably strong first half fueled by the launch of RZR RSI and the innovative RZR XP Turbo S, as well as the Ranger Crew XP 1000 and our most popular youth vehicle, Ranger 150 EFI. These vehicles set industry standards and gave us tremendous momentum,” said Chris Musso, president of Off-Road Vehicles, Polaris. “We plan to continue that momentum through industry-leading innovations and providing consumers the ultimate riding experience with our model year 2019 launches.”

New for 2019, select Ranger XP 1000 EPS models are available with Ride Command technology as a factory-installed package. Ride Command allows users to plot maps and share among other riders. Phones can be connected via Bluetooth and riders can send messages back and forth. Ride Command comes as a 7-inch touchscreen.

New NorthStar Edition color options are also available to choose from. The Ranger XP 1000 and Ranger Crew XP 1000 family are also expanded to include the all-new High Lifter Edition and the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition.

The Polaris RZR will come in a refreshed Xtreme Performance line with aggressive styling and performance upgrades proliferated through the entire offering. For the 2019 model year, consumers can choose Ride Command, now available in all XP 1000 colors or the new RZR XP 1000 Dynamix vehicles, formerly only available on select turbo models. The 2019 line received a power-up, boosting the RZR S4 1000 (the only trail-ready recreational four-seater) to 100 horsepower.

Polaris General comes with performance, technology upgrades, new colors, and graphics across the entire lineup. General will also feature a deluxe model and a limited-edition Breakout Camo model.

Polaris Sportsman will see new colors on premium models and improved electric power steering on all EPS models. These improvements, along with the vehicle’s rider-inspired design and proven durability, allow consumers to ride harder, go further, and do more.

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