2023 POLARIS UTVs
New RZR looks, new General XP 1000 Sport and more
2023 POLARIS UTVs
Polaris has something new for RZR, General and Ranger UTV enthusiasts for 2023. Here’s what you need to know.
2023 POLARIS UTVs :RZR
The 74-inch-wide, 225-horsepower RZR Pro R returns unchanged, and the 74-inch-wide, 181-horsepower RZR Turbo R will feature new black fenders and rockers, plus two new colorways. It’s now available in Orange Madness and Matte Onyx Black. The 64-inch-wide, 181-horsepower RZR Pro XP also features a rugged design to take on tough terrain while still providing all-day comfort. In 2023, the RZR Pro XP Premium trim will now feature a PMX head unit by Rockford Fosgate.
FULL 2023 RZR MODEL LINEUP
• Polaris RZR Pro R: Starting at $37,499 ($46,399 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• Polaris RZR Turbo R: Starting at $27,799 ($34,499 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• Polaris RZR Pro XP: Starting at $24,599 ($29,999 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• Polaris RZR XP 1000: Starting at $21,899 ($26,999 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• Polaris RZR Trail S: Starting at $17,899 ($21,399 CAN)
• Polaris RZR Trail: Starting at $15,499 ($18,499 CAN)
The 50-inch-wide 2023 RZR Trail, 60-inch-wide RZR Trail S and 64-inch-wide RZR XP 1000 will begin shipping to dealers this fall, while the 2023 RZR Pro XP, RZR Turbo R and RZR Pro R will begin shipping this winter. Both the 2023 RZR Pro R and Turbo R models will be available for demos at Trail Hero and Camp RZR later this year.
Along with the 2023 RZR updates, Polaris is launching a variety of new accessories, including a refresh of the full Pro Armor lighting portfolio. This update brings stronger output, along with an improved design, to all single-row/dual-row light bars and cube spotlights with fitment across all four off-road brands. Additionally, some of the products have a new amber lens option that helps light cut through dust and snow for greater visibility.
Two new Pro Armor wheels are launching for RZR, providing additional customization for riders. These join new size options coming to a handful of existing tire styles.
And last, Polaris partner Pro Armor is expanding the lineup of grills and steering wheels with multiple colors and trim levels to deliver next-level customization to side-by-side riders.
2023 POLARIS UTVs :GENERAL
New in 2023, Polaris expands its lineup of 100-horsepower General sport-utility machines to include the General XP 1000 Sport, which will be available in both two- and four-seat models. As the entry-level model, this new Sport trim makes the General XP 1000 even more accessible to riders while still offering the same class-leading capabilities, comfort and style. Like other General XP 1000s, the General XP 1000 Sport comes with adjustable piggyback reservoir Walker Evans shocks, 30-inch tires, a roof and a winch. The General 1000 Sport is 60 inches wide. General XP 1000 models are 64 inches wide and feature longer suspension travel. The 2023 General lineup will begin shipping to dealers this fall.
2023 GENERAL MODEL LINEUP:
• General XP 1000 Ultimate: Starting at $29,299 ($35,999 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat models.
• General XP 1000 Premium: Starting at $26,999 ($33,299 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• General XP 1000 Sport: Starting at $24,499 ($29,599 CAN), available in two-seat and four-seat
• General 1000 Sport: Starting at $18,199 ($22,599 CAN), available in White Lightning with new eye-catching graphics and a new hood, in two-seat
2023 POLARIS UTVs :RANGER
The 2023 Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar Trail Boss features an 82-horsepower, twin-cylinder engine and comes packed with new upgrades. The NorthStar Trail Boss gets a new LED rear work light to illuminate the bed of the vehicle and make it easier to work in low-light conditions. A new 12-volt cargo box power port provides mobile power for seamless, convenient operation of sprayers. The NorthStar Trail Boss also receives a new overhead switch panel so customers can add additional lighting and other accessory switches more easily than before. Last, this model will come factory-installed with the new Ride Command+ technology. All other Ranger XP 1000 and 1000 customers can also purchase the new LED rear work light, 12-volt cargo box power, and overhead switch panel as optional accessories. To improve performance in low-light conditions, Ranger installed LED headlights to all Premium trims, now including the Ranger SP 570 Premium, Ranger 1000 Premium and Ranger XP 1000 Premium. Additionally, the Ranger SP 570 Premium, Ranger XP 1000 Premium, and Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar will come stock with a USB charging port in the dash so customers can stay connected and charge small electronic devices while on the go. The 2023 Ranger lineup will begin shipping to dealers this fall.
2023 RANGER MODEL LINEUP
• Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar Trail Boss: Starting at $32,399 ($39,099 CAN)
• Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar: Starting at $27,899 ($33,499 CAN)
• Ranger 1000 Premium: Starting at $17,899 ($21,599 CAN)
• Ranger 1000 Premium Crew: Starting at $19,699 ($23,699 CAN)
• Ranger XP 1000: Starting at $20,299 ($24,499 CAN)
• Ranger XP 1000 Crew: Starting at $22,099 ($26,199 CAN)
• Ranger SP 570: Starting at $11,699 ($14,799 CAN)
• Ranger SP 570 Crew: Starting at $13,499 ($16,999 CAN)
For 2023, Polaris is launching an all-new Prospector Pro 2.0 track system across all off-road brands. These new tracks are built with flexible sides and a slight curve towards the inside to produce stable handling, a more comfortable ride, and precise steering for long-distance riding and long working hours. Polaris partner Kolpin is also expanding its line of storage solutions to meet more riders’ needs in advance of the upcoming fall hunting season.
Ride Command+ features vehicle-to-cellular connectivity that allows riders to conveniently check on the current vehicle’s status. The Vehicle Health feature will issue diagnostic reports and monitor fuel/charge levels to confirm the vehicle’s readiness. The Ride Command+ Vehicle Locator will be an extremely beneficial feature for hunters or anyone enjoying the outdoors when having to leave their vehicle parked. The Vehicle Locator feature delivers a pinpoint location of the machine.
Polaris will continue to expand the Ride Command+ service with even more industry-leading features using Over the Air (OTA) updates. Coming later in 2022, Ride Command+ will offer its riders added security with Location and Bump Alerts. Bump Alert, a 24/7 monitoring feature, will send a notification any time the vehicle has been bumped or moved. If moved, the Vehicle Locator feature will provide its latest coordinates. In addition, Polaris will introduce Ride Tracking+, where riders can automatically track their rides using the vehicle’s GPS location without having to use their mobile phone’s data. After the ride, riders will be able to generate a full report, including time logged, miles traveled, waypoints and elevation changes. The report is a fun and helpful tool for not only reliving the ride but planning future trips.
Ride Command+ will launch standard on all 2023 Ranger XP Kinetic models and all 2023 Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar Trail Boss Editions. The service is available as an accessory add-on for all trims in the following 2023 models: Ranger 1000, Ranger XP 1000, Ranger 570, Sportsman 570, Sportsman 450, Sportsman 850 and Sportsman XP 1000. Polaris plans to further roll out vehicle compatibility for Ride Command+.
Riders can access the new service via the Polaris mobile app, web or the in-vehicle, 7-inch touchscreen display system. Riders will receive a 36-month trial of Ride Command+ when purchasing the stock models. Riders adding Ride Command+ via accessory will receive a 12-month trial. At the conclusion of each trial period, riders can sign up and continue the service for $99 per year. To activate Ride Command+, riders must download and log in to the Polaris app and add the connected vehicle to their digital garage.
See the 2023.5 Rangers here: NEW 2023.5 POLARIS RANGERS ANNOUNCED – UTV Action Magazine
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