2023 Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic Gallery

An in-depth look at the 2023 Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic.

With a virtually silent electric powertrain, the Ranger XP Kinetic excels at work around sensitive animals and neighbors who value peace and quiet.Polaris

The long-awaited, fully electric 2023 Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic is here, boasting 110 hp and 140 pound-feet of torque from zero rpm. It’s a huge step for Polaris and the UTV industry as a whole, as it’s the first time a major manufacturer is venturing into the premium electric side-by-side market.

The Kinetic comes in two flavors, Premium and Ultimate, both of which are available with Ride Command and a wide range of accessories to make the rigs more comfortable and more useful. Starting at $24,999, the Kinetic doesn’t carry a huge premium over gas-powered rigs.

With up to 80 miles of range, reaching far-flung hunting spots without spooking deer or elk should be much easier.Polaris
Like its gas siblings, the Ranger has three drive modes that modulate power delivery for any job.Polaris
With a 2,500-pound tow capacity, the Ranger Kinetic should be a deft hand around the farm.Polaris
Polaris says 95 percent of the available accessories for the regular Ranger will work with the Ranger Kinetic.Polaris
At first glance, the Kinetic looks just like the gas-powered models. The differences are under the plastic.Polaris
A day of checking fences no longer means listening to the loud drone of internal combustion.Polaris
Polaris says the Kinetic can reach a full charge from zero percent battery in as little as five hours with a 240V power supply.Polaris
There are charging options for 120V and 240V service, and Polaris sells charging upgrades for both trim levels.Polaris
The Ranger Kinetic is a watershed for electric UTVs because for the first time foregoing gasoline power doesn’t mean giving up capability.Polaris
The 2023 Polaris Ranger Kinetic can be had in white or camo.Polaris

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