Polaris RANGER XP 1000 EPS Back Country

We got to check out the 2019 RANGER XP® 1000 EPS Back Country Edition while maintaining our own Daryk Ganske’s deer hunting property in the Texas Hill Country. Daryk was familiar with the Polaris Ranger's older models, and I'd driven my share of the side-by-sides too. We were eager to see how the high-performance machine built for the back country handled the necessities of a typical hunting rig, as well as the tough terrain found around the property. Using sport utility vehicles as tough as the Polaris Ranger XP is a serious advantage, and we proved it. Features of the 2019 RANGER XP® 1000 EPS Back Country Limited Edition It’s got an 82 horsepower ProStar 1000 engine, a Polaris Pro winch, the industry’s largest stock front bumper. The 13-inch ground clearance is the best in this class of side by sides, and we needed the full length if we were really gonna send it through these off-road trails and two-tracks. There were rocks, big divots, small creeks, and steep hills to handle. The heavy-duty tires did it all with no problem. The A-Arms are exceptionally high, angled more sharply than we’ve ever seen, and that made a big difference. And hunting-specific stuff? There’s plenty to take advantage of. We dug the Polaris Pursuit camo, and we could cover the ground easily to fill feeders, tend to stands, haul brush, and even do more heavy duty stuff if need be. For more, check out WideOpenSpaces.com