Posted by Andrew on January 4, 2011

Category: New bikes

Polaris has released a new UTV for the 2011 model year, the Ranger RZR XP900. The brand new machine features a 875cc DOHC twin-cylinder 4-stroke engine delivering 88hp, electronic fuel injection, and automatic transmission. The engineers of the company designed a new suspension with 3-link design, extra-long radius rods and a far forward-connecting trailing arm resulting a lightweight system. The new 3-Link Trailing Arm IRS, paired with premium Fox Shocks, creates a monstrous 14″ of terrain-absorbing rear travel.

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Even with 13″ of ground clearance, RANGER RZR XP™ still has a class-leading low center of gravity for the ultimate ride through rough terrain. Its patented engine-behind-the-seat design and rear weight bias deliver extreme, razor-sharp agility and performance. Available in Indy Red for the standard MSRP of $15,999, the XP is also available in the White Lightning limited edition model for an extra $600.

2011 Polaris Ranger RZR XP900 Specifications and Photos

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