2021 Ranger 1000 XP


2021 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 Specs

MSRP: $17,399 (base)
Engine: DOHC, liquid-cooled parallel twin
Displacement: 999cc
Bore x Stroke: 93.0 x 73.5mm
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Transmission: CVT w/ high/low range, reverse
Claimed Horsepower: 82 hp
Claimed Torque: N/A
Fuel System: EFI
Steering: Electric power steering
Drivetrain: AWD w/ selectable 2WD and turf mode
Front Suspension: Dual A-arms
Rear Suspension: Dual A-arms, IRS
Front Brakes: 2-piston calipers, hydraulic disc
Rear Brakes: 2-piston calipers, hydraulic disc
Wheels, Front/Rear: Aluminum; 14 x 9 in. / 14 x 11 in.
Tires, Front/Rear: 27×9-14 Maxxis MU511 / 27×11-14 Maxxis MU521
Length: 120.0 in
Width: 62.5 in
Height: 77.0 in
Wheelbase: 81.0 in
Bed Capacity: 1,000 lb.
Towing Capacity: 2,500 lb.
Seating Capacity: 3
Ground Clearance: 13.0 in (base)
Turning Radius: NA
Measured Wet Weight: 1,740 lb.
Fuel Capacity: 11.5 gal.
Warranty: 1-year, unlimited mileage
Availability: Now
Contact: polaris.com
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                                 2021 Polaris Ranger XP 1000

The 2021 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 is the perfect go-to if money is no object. The 999cc parallel twin spits out 82 hp, there’s up to 135 inches of ground clearance available, and a 2,500-pound tow capacity. With seating for three and five packages aimed at specific use cases, Polaris has a Ranger XP 1000 for nearly everyone. Flashy wheels, LED lighting, and nice paint may seem like unnecessary trim on a utility rig, but they help transform the Ranger from a run-of-the-mill buckboard to a side-by-side you don’t mind running around in on the weekend.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

Unless you need the full cabin of the Northstar editions or the additional ground clearance of the High Lifter, the Ranger XP 1000 Trail Boss is a good choice. Its tall, aggressive 29-inch tires, arched A-arms, and 11 inches of suspension travel make it a good all-around machine, and you can spend some of the coin you saved by skipping the pricier models on a windshield and a roof. Our long-term Trail Boss has stood up to everything we’ve thrown at it, from beach camping in North Carolina to hauling hay around the farm.

Powertrain: Engine, Transmission, and Performance

differentiates itself from the standard 1000 model in a few ways, but the most important is power delivery. The 82 hp 999cc parallel twin is a stout powerplant, delivering nice grunt down low where you need it on the farm. The three-mode throttle control changes the vehicle’s personality from snappy sport machine to torquey work rig. The CVT gearbox is nice and smooth, and the on-demand AWD system makes switching between four-wheel drive, two-wheel drive, and turf mode simple.

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