Polaris continues to refine the RZR sport UTV line for 2022, and the new General Trailhead Edition and Ranger SP 570 give recreational riders exciting new ways to explore and handle chores. The RZR Turbo S models have been replaced by the recently released RZR Pro R and RZR Turbo R models. See all the details on these new 74 inch wide sport machines here:2022 POLARIS RZR PRO R & RZR TURBO R  – UTV Action Magazine Here’s what you need to know about the first wave of 2022 Polaris UTVs!

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The Pro XP isn’t the top sport model among the 2022 Polaris UTVs, but it is improved. New door inserts increase comfort on the 2022 RZR Pro XP Premium and Ultimate models, and a new in-dash trickle-charging port makes battery maintenance more convenient. All RZR Pro XP models are 64 inches wide and have a 181-horsepower, turbocharged, parallel twin-cylinder engine. There are 17 inches of front suspension travel and 20 inches in the rear. The base RZR Pro XP model, the RZR Pro XP Sport, replaces the RZR XP Turbo for 2022. It’s $21,999. The four-seat RZR Pro XP 4 Sport is $24,999.

The RZR Pro XP Premium starts at $27,299 and adds Ride Command navigation and ride sharing, Rockford Fosgate audio, painted bodywork, LED accent and headlights, a telescoping steering wheel with controls, and six-point harnesses. The four-seat RZR Pro XP 4 Premium is $31,299.

The RZR Pro XP Ultimate starts at $29,499 and adds Dynamix active suspension. The four-seat RZR Pro XP 4 Ultimate is $32,999.

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RZR XP 1000

The RZR XP 1000 returns with the 2022 Polaris UTVs as a strong performance value. The 64-inch-wide, 110-horsepower, naturally aspirated RZR XP 1000 is available in two- and four-seat versions in Sport, Premium, High Lifter and Trails & Rocks trim levels. Premium models add full doors, Ride Command and painted bodywork.

High Lifter editions add snorkels for the engine and transmission, a mud-tuned CVT with 55-percent-lower gearing, 30-inch Outlaw 2 mud tires, high-clearance lower A-arms and rear radius rods, a heavy-duty front bumper, 4500-pound winch and 15 inches of ground clearance. Stiffer shock springs and damping maintain the proper ride height in mud, and all vent lines are integrated into the cab frame to keep them free of debris.

Trails & Rocks editions include special low-speed throttle mapping for precise control, 55-percent-lower gearing to turn its 30-inch Pro Armor Crawler XG tires on 14-inch beadlock wheels, high-clearance lower A-arms and rear radius rods, heavy-duty front bumper, 4500-pound winch, rock sliders, an HMW skid plate, mirror, Click-6 harnesses and 14.5 inches of ground clearance. Lower doors keep sand, mud and branches from entering the cab.

RZR XP 1000 prices start at $19,499 for the XP 1000 Sport and go up to $26,199 for the XP 4 1000 High Lifter.

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The single-seat, 64-inch-wide RZR RS1 returns with 110 horsepower from its naturally aspirated, 999cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine. Double-A-arm front suspension and trailing-arm rear suspension make this agile machine popular for trail riding and racing. It starts at $15,999.

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RZR Trail S models are 60 inches wide with 12.2 inches of front suspension travel and 13.2 inches in the rear. The RZR Trail S 900 Sport has 75 horsepower; the Trail S 1000 Premium and Ultimate have 100 horsepower. The Trail S 900 sport is $15,699, the Trail S 1000 Premium is $17,799, and the Trail S 1000 Ultimate is $19,999.

RZR 200 EFI.


RZR Trail machines are 50 inches wide with 10 inches of travel, front and rear. The RZR Trail 570 has a 45-horsepower, single-cylinder engine. The RZR Trail Sport, Premium and Ultimate are powered by an 875cc twin cylinder with 75 horsepower. The RZR Trail 570 is $10,999, the Trail Sport is $13,699, the Trail Premium is $15,999, and the Trail Ultimate is $17,999.



The 2022 Polaris UTVs include an all new youth model. The new RZR 200 EFI youth sport UTV features RZR Pro XP-inspired styling and replaces the RZR 170 EFI. The new machine brings increased performance and exclusive safety innovations, including Ride Control with speed limiting, geo-fencing and Helmet Aware technology, all controlled by the Ride Command app. Geo-fencing sets and controls ride boundaries and speed limits within and outside of the geo-fenced area. Helmet Aware technology allows users to preset the vehicle’s controls when the Helmet Aware beacon is in and/or out of vehicle display range, preventing the vehicle from starting without helmets being worn. The RZR 200 EFI comes with two helmets and one Helmet Aware beacon.

The RZR 200’s new 180cc EFI engine gives kids the power they need to manage varying terrain without falling behind and eliminates the engine choke for easy cold-starts. Front dual A-arms, front and rear independent suspension with 7 inches of travel, 24-inch tires and 10 inches of ground clearance provide more capability to manage rocks and ruts, keeping the ride smooth and the machine moving. The adjustable seat and steering wheel, standard doors, LED headlights and taillights, and functional instrument display add comfort and safety. The RZR 200 EFI starts at $5899. The Ranger 150 youth recreation UTV returns for 2022 with the same safety features as the RZR 200 EFI at a starting price of $5599.



New for 2022, the General XP 1000 Trailhead Edition comes equipped with a special group of standard features for adventurers. Built on the 64-inch-wide, 100-horsepower General XP 1000 sport utility platform and available in two- and four-seat models, this limited edition includes Ride Command navigation and ride sharing, Lock & Ride Adventure bed rack, Rockford Fosgate audio, light bar, and 3D-embossed topography graphics on Matte Blue Slate paint with Matte Orange Rust accents. The General XP 1000 Trailhead Edition is $26,699. The General XP 4 1000 Trailhead Edition is $28,899.

Most 2022 models receive a winch upgrade with Auto-Stop, synthetic rope with a new blacked-out forged hook, aluminum fairlead and rubber isolator. Models with Ride Command will also benefit from the addition of Plow mode. When properly equipped, Plow mode automatically lowers and raises a plow when the vehicle shifts from park to low or reverse, making plowing easier than ever.

Prices for the General XP 1000 start at $23,699 for the General XP 1000 Deluxe and go to $28,899 for the General XP 4 1000 Trailhead Edition.



General sport utility UTVs are 60 inches wide and have 100 horsepower. Two-seat models are available in Sport, Premium, Deluxe and Deluxe Ride Command editions. Four-seat models are available in Premium and Deluxe Ride Command editions. Prices start at $16,399 for the General Sport and range to $25,699 for the Deluxe Ride Command Edition.



The all-new Ranger SP 570 family headlines the extensive 2022 lineup of Ranger recreation UTVs. Compared to previous Ranger 570s, the new SP 570 models feature a larger cargo box, increased ground clearance, and added storage and accessory options. Available in two-seat and four-seat crew models, the all-new Ranger SP 570 delivers rugged styling and a 44-horsepower ProStar 570 engine with 1500 pounds of towing capacity, while an upgraded cargo box delivers nearly 30 percent more space for best-in-class cargo storage. An improved turning radius and compact 56-inch width help maneuverability in tight spaces. With more than 40 new accessories, including Pro Shield cab systems, class-exclusive JBL audio and Ride Command technology, the Ranger SP 570 can be customized for many different uses. For riders who want maximum comfort in a mid-size package, the Ranger SP 570 NorthStar Edition comes equipped with a Pro Shield cab system and heating straight from the factory.


In addition to the all-new Ranger SP 570, the full-size Ranger lineup receives several upgrades for 2022.

There have been HVAC upgrades as well. An updated air-conditioning design features a variable compressor that delivers faster cooling and lower temperatures so riders can stay cool on the hottest days, even at idle. Available on XP 1000 NorthStar models.

Redesigned seats offer next-level comfort thanks to upgraded cushioning and more premium material, while enhanced bolstering keeps riders more securely seated when traveling over rough terrain. Available on XP 1000 and XP 1000 NorthStar models.

The eight-ply Pro Armor X-Terrain tires offer added durability while retaining premium ride comfort and traction for any terrain. Available on XP 1000 models.

Polaris Ranger UTVs are available in two-, three-, four- and six-seat models with engine sizes from 500cc to 1000cc. Special Editions include Trail Boss models equipped for challenging terrain, NorthStar editions with heat and air conditioning, and High Lifter editions equipped for mud riding. Prices start at $9799 for the Ranger 500 and go to $32,499 for the Ranger Crew XP 1000 NorthStar Edition Trail Boss.


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