New 2022 Polaris Recreation/Utility Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter



  • Condition – New
  • Year – 2022
  • Make – Polaris
  • Model – Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter
  • Category – Recreation/Utility
  • Type – ATV Four Wheeler
  • Stock Number – 201898
  • Primary Color – GRAY
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2022 POLARIS Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter,


  • Factory-Installed 29.5 High Lifter Outlaw 2 Tires
  • Custom Aluminum Wheels
  • Shielded Clutch and Engine Intake Ducting
  • Rack-Mounted Radiator with Industry-Exclusive Inverted Dual Fans
  • High-Mounted Front and Rear Bumpers
  • 3,500 lb Polaris HD Winch with Integrated Tow Hooks
  • Industry-First Centered Handlebar-Mounted Mud Bar
  • Stiffer Springs for High Ground Clearance
  • High and Low Mud Specific Transmission with Lower Gearing
  • Sealed Single Beam Headlights
  • Sealed Key Switch


  • Purpose Built For Mud Adventure: Engineered with a shielded clutch and engine ducting so you can go in, get through, and climb out of your favorite mud hole. The ProStar engine produces up to 85 HP of mudding power as it breathes fresh air from specially equipped high-mount intakes.
  • Take On The Mud In Comfort: Special suspension calibrations including stiffer spring rates help maintain an elevated 13.5 of ground clearance, avoiding obstacles and maintaining traction in deep ruts while still delivering a level of comfort, control and smooth ride Sportsman is known for.
  • Power To Pull: Industry-first center mounted mud bar and recovery ready 3,500 lb Polaris HD winch has the power to pull you out of almost anything. Factory-installed on XP 1000 High Lifter Edition only.

Engine & Drivetrain

  • Active Descent Control: Not Equipped
  • Cooling: Liquid
  • Cylinders Displacement: 2 / 952cc
  • Drive System Type: One Touch On-Demand AWD/2WD
  • Engine Br


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