With the newly published 2021 Polaris RZR lineup having just been announced, long-time RZR riders and potential newcomers to the RZR scene can now make informed decisions about the future of their side-by-side allegiances. Although some riders were hoping for significant alterations to the RZR engine for more horsepower, or a remodeled RZR body for a refreshed look, the changes made to the 2021 Polaris RZR models were not what many had expected. Aside from the addition of trickle chargers to preserve battery life in all 2021 RZR models, vehicles like the Polaris RS1 remained relatively unchanged. However, Polaris did introduce new color schemes (like the Lifted Lime option on the RZR Turbo S), factory Rockford Fosgate sound systems, and innovative new Ride Command features. On top of this, Polaris made tender spring improvements for a plusher ride, replaced the XP Turbo and Turbo S clutches with the RZR Pro XP clutch, and included a greater diversity of optional add-on accessories like aluminum doors, chase lights, and heaters (to name a few). Blow-molded air intakes were also put into the 2021 RZR 4-door, the 2021 RZR Turbo, and the 2021 RZR Trail 570/900/1000, and improvements in the rear shock guards were made for increased protection. The curtain has been lifted and the 2021 specs have been revealed, now the choice is yours whether or not these changes are significant enough to coax you into taking action!
Beef up your riding experience and say hello to a new batch of badass UTVs! The 2020 Polaris RZR lineup is bigger and better than ever, with impeccable options for both work and play. Now introducing the RZR Pro XP with a 181 hp engine and 20-50 mph range. This machine boasts an “X” button right on the steering wheel for high-speed bursts, a redesigned cockpit lower into the chassis with a 6-point harness for added safety, and a killer drivetrain with a stronger transmission, chassis, and axles for greater performance and fewer worries. Here’s the kicker… the RZR Pro XP comes equipped with intimidating headlights, tail-lights, and running lights, the first fully integrated off-road audio system as well as a 7” glove touch screen.
Decked out with a 925cc turbocharged engine, the RZR Pro XP even features an “oh s#it button” right on the steering wheel that immediately stiffens the suspension for those times when the trail just gets the best of you. How incredible! Not ready to upgrade to such a bad boy yet? No worries. Your favorite RZR models that you’ve come to love are also a part of the 2020 Polaris RZR lineup. You can get the RZR 570, RZR 900, RZR S 900, RZR S 1000, RZR XP 1000, RZR XP Turbo, RZR XP Turbo S, RZR 170, RZR RSI and all the four-seater options available. Polaris has certainly come out swinging with the 2020 upgrades to their UTVs and it guarantees that there is something for every driver. Want to get more information about the 2020 Polaris RZR lineup? Continue reading!
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