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Polaris Ranger 800 CrewModel Year 2010 brings more significant changes to Polaris’ RANGER line up with the introduction of two new utility RANGER Side-by-Sides, increased power to existing models, more redesigns, a RANGER XP with power steering and a faster top speed for RANGER RZR. All 2010 RANGERs and RANGER RZRs also come standard with a ROPS Certified Cab.

“With the introduction of two new products, more power for the utility line, the redesigned  Polaris RANGER CREW and Polaris RANGER 6×6, and a new top speed for Polaris RZR, the 2010 line up picks up where the 2009 line up left off,” said Matt Homan, vice president and general manager of Polaris’ Off-Road division. “We continue to innovate our RANGER line to offer the most extensive Side-by-Side offering in the industry.”

In 2009, Polaris introduced the ruggedly re-engineered RANGER that was the hardest working and smoothest riding RANGER EVER built, and introduced the new Polaris RANGER HD, the ultimate heavy-duty utility vehicle with a self leveling rear suspension and power steering. This year, the company powered up the RANGER 4×4 (now called RANGER 500 H.O.) with a 500 H.O engine and added an 800 EFI engine across the rest of the line. The RANGER 4×4 gets a 13 percent power increase with the 500 H.O. engine, and the Polaris RANGER XP (now called RANGER 800 XP) receives a 15 percent power upgrade with the addition of the 800 twin EFI power plant. The 800cc engine also has been added to the Polaris RANGER 800 HD, RANGER 800 CREW and RANGER 800 6×6 solidifying the “Hardest Working” RANGER promise.

Polaris also expanded the work, ride and improved ergonomics from the 2009 RANGER XP and introduced Dual A-arm front suspension to the six-passenger RANGER 800 CREW and RANGER 800 6×6. To create an exterior that could handle the nastiest work and most extreme riding conditions, the models offer the most-armored front end ever designed to protect vital components such as the radiator, cooling system and front differential. The front headlights were inset for added protection from rocks and branches, and the redesigned bumper with a heavy-duty bash plate offers dedicated vehicle tie down points, massive central tow hook and inset tow hook cage for additional front differential protection. For working at night or to get the hunting spot before daybreak, the vehicles offer auxiliary light mounting holes on the front bumper and bosses already installed for optional Halogen/LED distance headlights.

The RANGER 800 CREW and 6×6 work harder and are easier on the operator due to improved and thoughtful ergonomics designed to let the operator work longer and enjoy a better ride. The new models feature more seat and leg space including two-inches more for back-seat passengers on the RANGER 800 CREW, reoriented gas and brake pedal for improved operator comfort, new angled-back seat and a relocated brake lever for easy operation inside and outside of the vehicle. Polaris also redesigned the steering wheel for better steering with gloves and added standard tilt steering with the highest range of motion for maximum comfort. Along with tilt steering, the new models have a 50 percent easier steering effort which helps maneuverability in tight areas such as work sites or woods. RANGER 800 6×6 also is furnished with a new a new, truck-like job box between the cargo box and cab. The cargo box is rated for 1,250 pounds, while the job box handles an extra 250 pounds, and the boxes are Lock & Ride capable.

To make the smoothest ride in the industry even smoother, Polaris outfitted the new RANGER 800 CREW and 6×6 with exclusive adjustable Dual A-Arm front suspension in addition to its legendary smooth independent rear suspension. Exclusive to RANGER line, the RANGER 800 CREW features motion ratio and preload suspension adjustment front and rear while the RANGER 800 6×6 offers Independent Rear Suspension with motion ration adjustability on all six wheels. The new Dual A-Arm suspension has two upper shock mounting points for each wheel giving a motion ratio adjustment that dramatically increases the stiffness of suspension. The preload adjustment, available on each wheel, increases the initial spring compression for a 30 percent stiffer ride when needed. The new suspension allows for the maintenance of ground clearance (12 in/30.5 cm) and suspension travel (9.6 in/24.5 cm front, 9 in/22.9 cm rear) when carrying heavier loads and using accessories such as plows, cabs and sprayers for work applications. It also allows for easier use of after-market suspension packages. To combat ruts, stumps and rocks, the new RANGERs also offer anti-kickback steering that reduces feedback over bumps and makes the vehicle steerable with one hand.

Polaris Ranger 800 Crew

Polaris Ranger 800 Crew

RANGER 800 CREW – Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding Multi-Passenger Utility Vehicle

Updated styling and ergonomics, new Dual A-arm front suspension and 800cc EFI engine

Hardest Working Features

  • 40 HP, 800 EFI Engine
  • 46 MPH/74 km top speed
  • Full instrumentation
  • On Demand AWD
  • 1750 lb./793.8 kg payload, 1000 lb./454 kg cargo capacity, one ton/907.2 kg towing
  • Heavy duty front end protection, inset lights and the most protection for critical components.
  • Front under-seat storage and rear side storage
  • New ROPS Certified Cab
  • Lock & Ride Cargo System

Smoothest Riding Features

  • Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
  • On-Demand, true all-wheel drive
  • 9.6 in/24.5 cm front travel, 9 in/22.9 cm rear travel
  • 12 in/30.5 cm Ground Clearance
  • Seating for six
  • Work-enabling ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle
  • 2 in/5.1 cm more leg room for rear passengers

Available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Mossy Oak Break-Up

Sandstone Metallic Limited-Edition model

Polaris Ranger 800 Crew Specifications:

Coolant Capacity 3.25 qts. (3.1 L)
Alternator 500 watts
Starting Battery Electric/12V-30 AH
Drivetrain
Transmission Polaris Automatic PVT
Gear Range In-line H/L/N/R
Drive Shaft Drive; OnDemand AWD, 2WD
Turf Mode (Yes/No) Y
Suspension
Front Details Dual A-arm
Rear Details Dual A-arm (IRS)
Front Suspension 9.6 in. (24.4 cm)
Rear Suspension 9 in. (22.9)
Center Suspension N/A
Tires (front/rear) 26 x 9-12/26 x 11-12
Dimensions
Wheelbase 108 in. (274.3 cm)
Turning Radius (“, cm) 255 in. (647.7 cm)
Dry Weight 1495 lbs. (682 kg)
Ground Clearance 11.5 in. (29 cm)
Length/Width/Height 145 x 60 x 76 inches
Brakes 4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc
w/Dual Bore Front Calipers
Parking Brake Hand Actuated (in dash)
Load Capacity 0
Box Dimension/Capacity L-37″ X W-51″ X H-11″ (94.0 X 129.5 X 27.9 cm) /    500 lbs
Payload Capacity 1000 lbs
Hitch Tow Capacity 1250 lbs (567 kg)
Cargo System Lock & Ride
Seating 2
Skid Plate Full

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Manufacturer Info:

Website: Polaris Industries

Polaris Industries, Inc.
2100 Highway 55
Medina, MN 55340
(763) 417-8650

With annual 2007 sales of $1.8 billion, Polaris designs, engineers, manufactures and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), including the Polaris RANGER™, snowmobiles and Victory motorcycles for recreational and utility use.

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