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Polaris

By Larry Stewart, Executive Editor | September 28, 2010

The Polaris Ranger Crew stretches the transportation limits of traditional compact utility vehicles with the capacity to carry six (trim) people at a time and 1,750 pounds of payload. A 700 Twin EFI Polaris engine, all-wheel drive, and independent rear suspension take the Ranger Crew's top speed up to 44 miles per hour. The unit lists for $11,299. Introduced earlier this year and now available in full production quantities, the is the fastest accelerating and only trail capable side-by-side on the market. Powered by a Polaris 800 Twin EFI engine, The Ranger RZR introduced in 2007 accelerates to a 55-mph top speed. And Polaris characterizes the 50-inch-wide, 945-pound RZR as "the only trail capable side-by-side on the market."

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