Just as the family trips to the dunes get into full swing, Polaris drops their ultimate family offering. It’s called the 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP4. Not only is this machine redesigned for better performance, the cockpit has new, never-before-seen features, making the driving experience even better.
Available in three trim levels: the Pro XP 4 Base with the all-new look and chassis; the Pro XP 4 Premium features interior upgrades, a full lighting package, multi-point harnesses, premium paint finishes and a completely new storage system; and riders looking for a fully loaded machine can opt for the Pro XP 4 Ultimate complete with steering wheel controls for Dynamix 2.0, Ride Command and a Rockford Fosgate premium audio system.
Each Pro XP 4 machine is equipped with front and rear half doors, adjustable sliding driver and passenger seats, expanded fuel capacity, enhanced rear passenger sight line and stock 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore 2.0 tires.
According to Polaris, just like the RZR Pro XP, the new four-seater keeps the driver at the center of everything with a lower seating position, improved adjustability and thoughtful interior design that delivers perfect ergonomics. The Pro XP 4 is complete with dash storage and a latching center console, as well as the rear fold-flat storage. The new design allows riders to fold down the backseats to create additional storage behind the driver and front passenger, offering over 16 cubic feet of storage space.
With 181 horsepower, the Pro XP 4 is fitted with a larger turbo to create more boost, and a powerband focused on snappier acceleration between 20 and 50 mph. The all-new 64-inch Pro XP 4 machines debut with an industry-leading 22 inches of usable suspension travel comparable to the RZR XP 4 Turbo S. With a 125-inch wheelbase, the longest of any RZR ever created, the supreme length not only delivers unmatched comfort and storage, but delivers next-level stability through high-speed whoops and dune transitions. Fuel capacity was also increased by 2 gallons for a 13-gallon tank.
Polaris says, the Pro XP 4 suspension components are upgraded with tubular diameters that match that of the RZR XP Turbo S. The 64-inch machine’s high-clearance suspension in the front and rear provides a best-in-class 14.5 inches of ground clearance. Additionally, the Pro XP 4’s 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore 2.0 tires are the largest to come standard on a machine of its size.
Equipped with the same Pro XP drivetrain with eight-times-stronger axles that twist up to 300 degrees, the Pro XP 4 is the strongest four-seater ever created. Additionally, a revamped transmission delivers 39 percent more durability, while a three-times-stronger front drive on the toughest one-piece chassis translates to fewer broken parts and a more reliable ride. Polaris claims with more test miles than ever before, the quality and durability of the RZR Pro XP 4 is truly taken to the next level and is made to devour whatever is thrown its way.
The RZR Pro XP 4 lineup can be pushed to the limits while maintaining its all-encompassing premium driving capabilities in the toughest terrains. Pricing for the RZR Pro XP 4 starts at $25,699, while the Pro XP Premium begins at $27,999 and the Pro XP Ultimate at $32,299. See www.polaris.com.