Polaris has introduced what it calls the gnarliest four-seat UTV. The Polaris RZR XP Turbo S now comes in a four-seat model with major upgrades over the popular two-seat model.
The Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S has a reinforced chassis with bigger and stronger axles. Polaris strengthened nearly every component of the Turbo S. An isolated front drive has three times higher impact strength. Beefed up trailing arms and radius rods help handle the extreme force produced by the machine.
The suspension system also received a major upgrade. The Dynamix Active Suspension optimizes 25 inches of useable travel before bottoming out on the skidplate. A 72-inch stance gives the machine a mean look.
On the performance side, Polaris added 25 percent more assist in power steering, which translates to better handling at high speeds. New recalibrated, aggressive throttle mapping gives drivers more immediate throttle control. The clutch box was redesigned for better airflow and decreased belt temperatures. Did we mention this new machine has 168 hp to move you through the nastiest terrain?
In the cockpit, Polaris improved the driver position. Polaris added a Sparco steering wheel and new digital instrument display cluster with a 7-inch custom Ride Command glove-touch display on the center dash. There are also premium painted panels featuring LED lighting packages that now come standard on the unit.
The Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S will be available in Indy Red and Polaris Blue. The base price is $30,499.