UTVing’s most innovative single seat sport UTV, the Polaris RZR RS1, is currently listed on the Polaris RZR consumer website as a “Non-Current” model, an indication that it’s discontinued, so when existing inventory sells out, you’ll have to start hunting in the used UTV market for one. According to Polaris their reasoning is “In an effort to maintain a high level of production and consistent supply of larger RZR vehicles to the consumer, the RZR RS1 and RZR 570 are no longer available as part of the RZR lineup.”

The RS1’s single seat design makes it lighter and better balanced than two-seat sport UTVs and provides excellent visibility.

The 64 inch wide RS1 is packed with clever performance features including a lightweight single seat platform (just 1340 pounds dry–the 110 hp RZR XP 1000 is 1448 pounds)  that provides outstanding balance and visibility. The Polaris RZR RS1’s rear mounted radiator and heavy duty driveline parts were also welcomed by racers and aggressive trail riders, especially in muddy conditions. The machine is also a blast for play riding. Here’s are all the specifications and facts you need on this unique racing-focused vehicle:


Motor type 999cc liquid-cooled, 8-valve, DOHC inline twin

Transmission Dual-range belt/pulley CVT

Drive system 2WD, On-Demand 4WD

Front suspension/travel Dual A-arm/21”

Rear suspension/travel Trailing arm/21”

Fuel capacity 9.5 gal.

Length/width/height 112”/64”/73.75”

Tire sizes: f/r 29×9-14/29×11-14

Claimed dry weight 1340 lb.

Color Stealth Black

Retail price $15,999

See more about this machine’s most interesting features and what it’s like to drive here: https://utvactionmag.com/10-rzr-rs1-fast-facts/

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