Polaris Expands 2020 Pro Lineup with Four-Seat RZR
In July, Polaris refreshed its 2020 RZR lineup with the Pro XP. Polaris is now adding a four-seat model to the mix. The Pro XP 4 will see all of the features carried over from its two-seat Pro XP brother, including the drivetrain.
The Pro XP 4 is available in three trim levels, starting with a standard model Pro XP 4. The XP 4 Premium comes with interior upgrades, a full lighting package, multi-point harnesses, and a new storage system. Last in the lineup is the Pro XP 4 Ultimate, which comes with steering wheel controls for Dynamix 2.0. The vehicle features a button that sends the suspension to full firm to prevent bottoming out when the rider comes up to surprise on the trail. The XP 4 Ultimate also comes with Polaris Ride Command and a Rockford Fosgate audio system.
"Industry standards were shattered with the introduction of the RZR PRO XP platform, and to continue that trend, we're excited to introduce an all-new standard for four-seat performance side-by-sides," said Chris Musso, president of Off Road for Polaris.
All of the Pro XP 4 models come with front and rear half doors, adjustable sliding driver and passenger seats, and expanded fuel capacity. The XP 4 features a 13 gallon tank. They are also equipped with stock 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore 2.0 tires. The Pro XP 4 has a larger turbo creating 181 hp.
Pricing for the XP 4 starts at $25,699. Pro XP 4 Premium starts at $27,999, and Pro XP 4 Ultimate comes in at $32,299. All models are now shipping to Polaris dealers.