— Here’s what you need to know about this new machine —
Polaris finally dropped a new four-seater built on the updated Turbo S chassis we tested in the two-seat trim earlier this year. This vehicle stands at 72 inches wide with 168 horsepower, 32-inch tires, 25 inches of wheel travel and a price tag of $30,499.
For comparison, Can-Am kept their long-travel four-seater slightly below 30K at $29,899, while Polaris went slightly above. What you get for the extra $600 on the surface is electronically controlled Fox Podium shocks; 32-inch, eight-ply ITP tires; and full doors. Underneath you get a chassis with stronger double-shear suspension pick-up points, beefed-up A-arms, trailing arms and radius rods. What you don’t get are beadlock wheels, which come standard on the high-end Can-Ams. The updates included after the two-seat version was released are thicker brake rotors, full doors and high-clearance lower radius rods out back.
2019 POLARIS RZR TURBO S4 ENGINE/TRANSMISSION
Displacement 925cc turbocharged twin
Claimed dry weight 1975 lb.
Tires 32X15 ITP Coyote
Front Fox 2.5” w/ 25”
Rear Fox 3.0” w/ 25”
Rear view Camera
Ground clearance 16”
Fuel capacity 9.5 gal
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