Compared to the 2013 Ranger Crew 800 EFI, the new 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew 900 is 50% more powerful and can tow up to 907 kg (2,000 lbs). The engine now sits under the rear cargo box to make this multi-passenger side-by-side utility vehicle one of the quietest in its class, while the numerous storage compartments come in very handy.
A myriad of accessories
The 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew 900
offers a myriad of accessories to handle just about any type of work, including a high-capacity battery and stator, as well as Lock & Ride windshields and body panels.
Motivation comes from a liquid-cooled, 875cc, four-stroke, twin-cylinder engine with electronic fuel injection that produces 60 horsepower and class-leading torque. Harnessing that power is an automatic PVT, along with a true on-demand 2WD/4WD system featuring a VersaTrac Turf Mode.
The 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew 900 is 3.77m long (on a 2.87m wheelbase), 1.55m wide, and 1.93m tall, and weighs 713 kg. Sure, it's huge and heavy, but the trade-offs include more comfortable five-passenger seating and a 453.6kg (1,000 lb) payload. This side-by-side utility vehicle also excels off the beaten path with a ground clearance of 287 mm (11.3”).
Equipped with a 37.9-litre fuel tank (11% larger than the Ranger Crew 800 EFI's), the 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew 900 provides greater range. Maintenance intervals have been stretched to 100 hours.
Braking is taken care of by four-wheel hydraulic discs with dual-piston callipers. Big 26” tires wrap cast aluminum wheels connected to dual A-arms.
The 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew 900 benefits from significant upgrades in terms of power, comfort, and quietness. Available in Sage Green or Solar Red, it can be yours for $16,399, but make sure you take a look at the accessory catalogue.