2010 Polaris Ranger 800 XP Specs


  • Boasting a 760 cc, four-stroke, twin-cylinder, electronic fuel injection (EFI) engine producing 46 horsepower, the 2010 Polaris Ranger 800 XP gets a top speed rating of 53 mph. Fuel capacity is listed at 9 gallons.


  • With available all-wheel drive (AWD), two-wheel drive, and VersaTrac Turf modes, the 2010 Ranger 800 XP features dual A-arm front suspension with 9.6 inches of vertical travel. The rear axle is linked to the frame via an independent rear suspension system with 9.0 inches of vertical travel. Hydraulic discs provide four-wheel stopping power attached to 25-by-10-12 AT 489 front tires and 25-by-11-12 AT 489 rear tires mated to stamped-steel wheels.


  • The 2010 Ranger 800 XP stands 76 inches tall, has a 60-inch width and a length of 114 inches. The 76-inch wheelbase and 12-inch ground clearance bring the total weight to 1,237 lbs. The cargo box measures 54 inches by 36.5 inches by 11.5 inches.

Payload Capacity

  • Since the Ranger 800 XP is built for utility, it includes a trailer hitch rated at 2,000 lbs. Total payload capacity for this vehicle is 1,500 lbs.

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