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Machinery Chatter
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Thu Aug 14, 2014 03:43 PM CDT

Polaris rolls out its 2015 lines of side-by-sides boasting more horsepower and new work capacities. It is also building on the success of its Sportsman ACE launched in January, with a significantly up-powered Sportsman ACE 570.

Polaris added more power across its entire 2015 side-by-side Ranger line. It also introduced a new, economically priced Ranger ETX. Here are some of the new features in the Rangers.

-- The Ranger XP 900 features an upgraded, 68 hp, EFI Pro-Star 900 engine. Borrowing engine design experience from its RZR vehicles, the 2015 model has a 13% increase in power. The Ranger XP ...

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