Last year, Polaris threw its fans a bone with the RZR XP 4 Turbo S. With this all-terrain machine, you and three friends can enjoy an awesome ride through almost anything. Now, it’s ready to revisit its original configuration all over again. The 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP brings everything that makes the original fun along with upgrades. The company claims that this new-generation ride is its best one ever and we can’t wait to dive in to get to know it a little better.
First of all, buyers should know that it comes in three variations. The basic trim starts off with the RZR Pro XP for $22,999. What follows is the RZR Pro XP Premium and RZR Pro XP Ultimate, which retail for $24,499 and $28,499 respectively. Most of you already know that these UTVs deliver top-notch performance. Therefore, we’re going to explore the top-tier version to give you an idea of what the extra cost gets you. It’s important to know that whatever you go for, all models will sport the same engine and output.
We’re spying a Turbo H.O. 4-stroke DOHC twin-cylinder turbocharged engine that can deliver 181 horsepower. The 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP has a payload capacity of 740 pounds. Its cast-aluminum wheels are wearing MAXXIS Carnivore tires that will brave through anything. The Ultimate trim adds Fox shocks with Dynamix 2.0 control system for dynamic suspension performance. Also on board are a Rockford Fosgate premium audio system and Ride Command 7-inch infotainment display. Now’s the best time to upgrade your personal off-road arsenal.Grab yours from Polaris
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