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.