— INVESTIGATING THE RZR XP 1000 DYNAMIX, XP TURBO & MORE —
For 2019, Polaris’ Dynamix dashboard-adjustable, active suspension with automatic adjustability will be available on the 110-horsepower RZR XP 1000 and RZR XP 4 1000, as well as select Turbo models. RZR Turbo models return for 2019 with 168 horsepower and prices starting at $19,999, the same as 2018.The RZR XP 1000 Dynamix offers 21 inches of front and rear travel. The Dynamix edition also includes Ride Command, which is also available on the standard XP 1000. The 7-inch glove-touch display features built-in navigation and front and rear cameras. The system provides vehicle diagnostics, smartphone connectivity and factory-installed in-dash speakers. A topographical map allows consumers to better navigate trail overlays and drop waypoints to remember key locations. An interactive interface gives every type of rider the freedom to stay connected.
All 2019 RZR Xtreme Performance (XP) machines are cut more aggressively with a chiseled muscular stance, LED accent lights and brand-new LED headlights. Inside, the cockpit features premium digital instrumentation and more storage. Dynamix editions also include door inserts. Prices for the XP 1000 start at $17,999. The XP 1000 Dynamix is $22,999. The XP 1000 Ride Command starts at $19,999.
NEW 100-HP RZR S 4 1000
The new 60-inch-wide, 100-horsepower four-seat RZR S 4 1000 joins the 60-inch-wide, 100-horsepower, two-seat RZR S 1000 in the 2019 lineup. Double-A-arm front and rear suspension gives the RZR S 4 1000 12.25 inches of front travel and 13.2 inches in the rear. The RZR S 4 1000 starts at $18,999. The RZR S 1000 is $17,999.
NEW GENERAL COLOR SCHEMES
Polaris’ General sport-utility machine joins a 100-horsepower engine and a chassis with 12.25 inches of travel up front and 13.2 inches in the rear with a roomy cab and a tilting cargo bed that can carry 600 pounds. Two- and four-seat models are available, as well as Ride Command editions. Several new color choices are available for 2019, including Havasu Red Pearl, Orange Rust, Black Pearl with bronze wheels on the Ride Command Edition, and a limited-edition Breakout Camo model. The General starts at $16,299. EPS Premium models begin at $17,799. EPS Deluxe editions include a roof, low-profile front bumper, 4500-pound winch, MTX sound bar and Bluetooth connectivity, and start at $20,299. The Ride Command edition is $21,499.
NEW RANGER MODELS
For the first time, select 2019 Ranger XP 1000 EPS models are available with Ride Command technology as a factory-installed package, and additional NorthStar edition color options are available to choose from. The Ranger XP 1000 and Ranger Crew XP 1000 family also expanded to include the all-new High Lifter edition and the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition. All Ranger XP 1000 models are powered by an 82-horsepower, eight-valve, double-overhead-cam inline twin. Double-A-arm suspension provides 11 inches of travel front and rear and 13 inches of ground clearance. The Ranger XP 1000 starts at $15,499.
High Lifter editions feature redesigned interiors and exteriors, new half doors with 1-inch water drains, a new geared reverse transmission, winch, mud-specific bumpers and 28-inch Outlaw 2 tires. High Lifter Editions start at $19,999.
20th Anniversary editions are available in three-seat and six-seat Crew versions. Both come with redesigned interiors and exteriors, two-tone Maroon Metallic paint, exclusive stitched seats, and 27-inch six-ply Maxxis tires. Ranger XP 1000 20th Anniversary editions start at $16,799.
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