Polaris Pro XD Mid-Size Work Utility Vehicles


Polaris Pro XD Safety, Durability, and Serviceability Now In More Compact Design

Polaris has built the Pro XD Work UTV lineup to withstand tough duty cycles and daily worksite use with enhanced durability, safety, and serviceability features that they believe differentiate their product from other UTVs on the market. And now, they’ve taken those same engineering concepts and brought them over to a more compact profile. Polaris designed the Pro XD Mid-Size Work Utility Vehicles for lighter payloads, tighter spaces, and increased comfort in applications like construction, events set-up, landscaping, and grounds maintenance.

What Is Polaris Saying About Mid-Size Pro XD Lineup

Not all of our customers need to haul over 1,000 lbs in the cargo bed, but they still want a heavy-duty driveline, 200-hour intervals between oil changes, durable components and vehicle fault alarms. By focusing on the commercial customer, we can dial in to deliver incredible value with the new mid-size model of the Pro XD and continue to produce the best commercial UTVs available for the entire work UTV market.

Aaron Stegeman, Director of Commercial Sales, Service and Customer Experience, Polaris Commercial

Polaris Mid-Size Pro XD UTVs: The Big Deal

The Polaris Mid-Size Pro XD Utility Vehicles focus on tradesmen that need a dependable and capable workhorse side-by-side that occupies a smaller position in time and space. This mid-size UTV comes with a 500-lb capacity cargo bed and has a 1,000 lb total payload capacity and the capability of towing up to 1,500 lbs. The selectable 4×4 drive train, power steering, and heavy-duty tires make it fully capable around the jobsite.

However, with its smaller frame, the Polaris Pro XD Mid-Size Utility Vehicle line offers better access into tighter spaces, as well as maneuverability, flexibility, and efficiency.

Polaris has also focused on the overall safety, durability, and serviceability of the Pro XD Mid-Size UTVs. The safety components include adjustable speed limiting and calibration, back-up horn and pedestrian alarms, operator warnings, highly visible headlights, and improved operator sightlines. Polaris has also engineered the Pro XD cab with the tightest-sealing roof and doors to keep out the dust and weather.

Polaris has also designed the Pro XD Mid Size models with high quality parts to ensure that these UTVs stand up to everyday wear and tear. This includes 8-ply, non-directional tires, a poly bed, and a heavy-duty driveshaft, CVT boots, and wheel bearings. Polaris has included Kevlar-backed seats for wear resistance. A ProStar 570 DOHC engine, according to the company, provides “industry-leading power and performance.”

Because downtime kills productivity, Polaris has designed the Pro XD Mid-Size Utility Vehicles for easy serviceability, keeping you up and running for longer. These UTVs provide 200-hour oil change intervals and warning alarms for service needs, like low oil pressure, belt slip, and engine overheating. When something does need replacing, the universal parts are simple to replace.

Other Features

  • Orange seatbelts, decals, and optional lighting accessories improve visibility to the vehicle and workers
  • Accessories catalogue is available to view on the Polaris Commercial website

Pricing

When the Polaris Mid-Size Pro XD Utility Vehicles become available in Spring 2022, they will come in two and four-seat versions. The two-seat version starts at $12,499 while the four-seat model bumps the starting retail price up to $13,999. Of course, you can customize your model with various upgrades, attachments, and accessories. To build and price out a UTV that works for your needs, or for more information about the line, click the button below.

Polaris Mid-Size Pro XD Utility Vehicle Specs

  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Engine Type: ProStar 570cc
  • Horsepower: 39.5 hp
  • Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection
  • Top Speed: Up to 40 mph
  • Transmission/Final Drive: Automatic PVT H/L/N/R/P; Shaft
  • Overall Vehicle Size (L x W x H): 108 x 56 x 74 in.
  • Bed Box Dimensions (L x W x H): 33.3 x 48.7 x 12.3 in.
  • Box Capacity: 500 lb
  • Hitch Towing Rating: 1,500 lb
  • Payload Capacity: 1,000 lb
  • Turning Radius: 152 in.
  • Wheelbase: 73 in.
  • Ground Clearance: 10 in.
  • Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut 9 in. Travel
  • Rear Suspension: Dual A-Arm, IRS 10 in. Travel
  • Maintenance Interval: 200-Hr
  • Starts At: $12,499

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