TFLoffroad Tests the Scrambler XP 1000 S LE

Is it the most capable vehicle they’ve ever run on their off-road course?

Even Polaris’ top-dog Scrambler sometimes needs a helping hand, as TFLoffroad found out.TFLoffroad/YouTube

TFL has the opportunity to test a lot of amazing vehicles, from sports cars to heavy-duty trucks. Recently, the YouTube outlet got their hands on another vehicle that fits the “amazing” descriptor, and it appears they got their hands on the 2022 Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 S LE we recently tested in Moab, Utah.

Polaris put all of the high-end equipment in its toolbox into its biggest, baddest Scrambler yet. It has 14.5 inches of ground clearance and a massive 55-inch-wide stance. Rear travel is 14 inches thanks to Walker Evans three-way-adjustable shocks, and the 1000-class, 952cc ProStar engine makes 89 hp. Polaris lifted the front differential from the RZR to handle the weight, power, and abuse, and added an 11-inch Pro Armor light bar to dress up the already-wide ride. It all comes at a hefty price of $17,799, which befits the sky-high stats. TFL’s video is titled “Is This The MOST CAPABLE Vehicle We’ve Run on our Off-Road Course? Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 S LE” and we can’t help but think it might be one of the most capable off-roaders ever, or at least in the four-wheeler segment. What does TFLoffroad think? Check the video below to find out.