EQUIPMENT NEWS
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Apr 14, 2014 01:35 PM CDT

Polaris has added two vehicles to its side-by-side line—the three-passenger Ranger Diesel HST ($15,199) and Ranger Diesel HST Deluxe ($20,999). These Rangers are powered by a 24-horsepower Yanmar diesel power with a hydrostatic transmission (HST doesn't require a clutch and shifting), an industry-exclusive treadle pedal, multi-link coil over De Dion rear suspension and full climate control (standard with deluxe models).

• With the Ranger Diesel HST in high or low, the treadle pedal allows travel in forward or reverse without shifting gears or taking hands off the wheel. Pushing forward on the front pedal moves the Ranger forward; pressing with ...

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