When Polaris came out with the new RANGER Kinetic, hunters across the country took notice. Would this finally be the answer to those repetitive questions about electric off-road vehicles? Will it hold a charge? Will it perform when needed? does it have enough utility to stack up to the rest of the Polaris lineup? To really address the questions, Polaris knew just who could really put it to the test.
Pat and Nicole Reeve, hosts of Driven TV, have been at this hunting thing for a long time. Together, they’ve led an accomplished set of careers that, especially for women in the industry, is amazingly impressive. If they’re going hunting, you know good things are bound to happen.
They’ve gotten their chance, and now Pat and Nicole are debuting a new video series on the Polaris Off Road YouTube Channel. It’s called “To the Test,” and it’s helping solidify the confidence they’ve built in the machine.
It’s worth pointing out the comments made about using the Kinetic in Minnesota, a notoriously cold place that’s known to affect the battery life on equipment like this. Not only does it stand up to the frigid temps, but it still conquers the terrain with the same power we’ve come to appreciate with the RANGER. Also, the fact that the accessories offered by Polaris for their traditional lineup of fuel-powered machines will be available for the Kinetic just adds to the appeal.
The dedication Polaris has shown to hunters, as well as other common UTV users in the agriculture and action spaces, proves they’re listening closely and delivering the goods.
There’s more to come from the “To the Test” series, so be sure to keep an eye out for future episodes and follow along with the Polaris social media channels on Instagram and Facebook. And of course, you can find out a ton more about the Polaris RANGER Kinetic on Polaris.com.
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