Polaris has unveiled its new Ranger Diesel HD farm buggy that brings more torque and extra pulling power to the table.

It comes with a 1,028cc Kohler three-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which Polaris says works more quietly than before. It also gets an aluminium cylinder head to trim a few grams from the overall weight.

Cab options include anything from canvas doors and a plastic windscreen up to a proper glass set-up with electric windows.

The roof and rear panel also comes as standard, along with 10in of steering rake adjustment and space for three adults.

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A green polaris ranger atv

Payload capacity is 680kg, with a tipping rear box that can handle 454kg and a full-sized pallet. Towing capacity is 907kg, which the company claims is one of the best on the market.

Ground clearance is a shade over 30cm and there’s also Polaris’ VersaTrac mode that unlocks the rear differential for easier, tighter turns.

Standard gear also includes descent control, automatic four-wheel braking and a new seven-pin trailer socket.

Prices start at £12,199 for the new models.