Utility Vehicles Withstand Tough Duty Cycles

March 19, 2020
New gas-powered Pro XD models from Polaris broaden work UTV options for commercial professionals.

The industry-leading vehicle designed for work, Pro XD, is now gas-powered. With the addition of two gas models to its Pro XD line-up, Polaris Commercial broadens the applications where the utility task vehicle (UTV) can be used. Pro XD is built to withstand tough duty cycles and usage on the worksite and enhance job site productivity.


Like the diesel models, the Pro XD gas models provide a seating capacity of up to four individuals, an industry-leading payload of up to 2,075 lb. and a towing capacity of 2,500 lb. Designed for work across various off-road and on-road terrains and factory shipped at 26 mph, the gas-powered models are the ideal vehicle for increasing jobsite capabilities within the sectors of entertainment and events, municipalities, utilities, and emergency response.


Pro XD vehicles lower the total cost of ownership with heavy-duty components such as puncture-resistant seats and tires, commercial-grade wear components, and heavy-duty suspension. These components provide customers with peace of mind that their vehicle will last through jobsite duty cycles and worksite abuse. Additionally, the latest models include a Polaris Pro-Star 1,000 cc gas engine capable of enduring the harshest jobsite conditions. 


By designing with universal and simple-to-replace parts such as easy-install accessories and common size, non-directional tires and easy maintenance access points, Pro XD vehicles make service updates simple. The state-of-the-art gas-powered models further decrease necessary downtime with a high output charging system that increases battery life and powered accessory capacity.