2012 Polaris Ranger Diesel Crew

Diesel Crew joins 2012 Polaris Ranger lineup

In 2011, Polaris entered the diesel side-by-side segment, with the introduction of the Ranger Diesel based on the Ranger XP 800 chassis.

For 2012, Polaris is introducing its second diesel model, and third vehicle to its multi-passenger line up, the Ranger Crew Diesel.

The Ranger Crew Diesel shares the same 904cc, three-cylinder Yanmar® diesel engine as its two-seat stablemate but with the ability to carry six adults in total comfort.

The engine is rubber-mounted to transfer minimal vibration to the operator, and provides low-speed torque to work harder.

2012 Ranger Diesel Crew is powered by a 904cc 3-cylinder Yanmar.

The fully-sealed, fixed center distance clutch driveline keeps water out of the clutches and provides better performance than competitive models.

Ranger Crew Diesel’s also includes a 55-amp alternator that gives the operator the ability to run many hard working, higher electrical load accessories, such as plows, auxiliary lights, cab heaters and fans at the same time.

The Crew Cab Diesel also boasts a monstrous one-ton towing capacity  and comes standard with a 2-inch hitch receiver to tow accessories with ease.

A 1,000-pound capacity rear dump box has gas-assist dumping operation and accommodates many PURE Polaris accessories that go on and off in seconds.