We recently had a chance to test out the 2013 Polaris Ranger XP 900 and did not come away disappointed. Polaris blessed the XP with load of innovative features, including two mounting points for the rear shocks.
The newest Ranger also boasts a new 62-horsepower engine, which has been moved towards the rear of the machine for a much quieter ride in the cab. Also, with the ability to haul 1,000 pounds in the bed and tow 2,000 pounds, this is one hard-working UTV.
Definitely leaning towards a new Ranger 900 when I'm able to purchase because of the huge increased hauling and towing capabilities of the Ranger compared to a Rhino, along with the ability of the ranger to unlock the rear differential for operating on turf. Yamaha has a lot of catching up to do with the Rhino.