Released today for the Mexico market, is a wild looking 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP 4. If you can decipher a little Spanish, the site shows this model has all the bells and whistles as the U.S. Pro XP 4 Ultimate minus the Fox Dynamic shocks plus the wild paint scheme. We expect the U.S. version to be called 2020 Polaris Pro XP4 Premium Ride Command and may or may not have as wild of a paint scheme. Polaris has released SE versions in Mexico before than were never sold in the U.S.such as the Calavera Polaris RZR XP1000 in 2015.

Polaris Ride Command
Sure, massive horsepower and big wheel travel numbers are nice, we think the Ride Command system is one of our favorite features on any Polaris. It was first introduced in the RZR XP line. The free Ride Command App you can get on your phone is one of the best GPS Apps you can use in any machine.

Regardless the features will yet again elevate this new platform into a great overland/adventure machine. Other features that stand out are the fold down rear seats, larger gas tank (that we confirmed will go over 100 miles between fill ups) as well as a spacious interior. See our first look at the Pro XP4 HERE. Our first test of the machine will be in the June issue. We expect the price to be set right at $30K. Visit, sign up for their E-mail, newsletter and be the first to know when the new machine is released and stay tuned to for even more details as well in English.

The 2020 Polaris Pro XP 4 Premium Ride Command and 2-seaters both have carb approval. However Polaris has not released them in the U.S yet.


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