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Polaris Stock Drops To A 9-Year Low, Is It Time To Buy?

For the last decade investors and Polaris employees have been making huge dividends as the stock soared along with the companies success. With the recent Corona Virus outbreak, every stock has lost value and many in the financial sector are buying them up bargain prices. In the last week, Polaris stock has dropped to a nine year low $42 a share from a high of 156. We are not here to give any financial advice, except for what machines to buy or avoid, but the PII ticker is always one to watch. You can bet when things turn…

INEXPENSIVE WAY TO PROTECT YOUR RZR XP TRAILING ARMS

Maier, the leader in aftermarket ATV and UTV bodywork has come up with a solution to prevent rock spray from ruining the finish of your RZR trailing arms. Their, 3/8" thick Polaris RZR XP Trailing Arm Guards are designed to take an impact and protect your trailing arms from rocks, sandblasting, sticks and other trail hazards you may come across. Fits 2014-20 Polaris RZR XP 1000, RZR XP Turbo, RZR XP-4 1000, RZR XP-4 Turbo in black only. Price: $208.47 Contact: (800) 336-2437 or visit www.maier-mfg.com Maier also has RZR…

Polaris General Overland Build By Fuel UTV: Video

Ryan O'Hara, Fuel’s UTV events manager, has built a Polaris General that has caught the attention of the industry. His Overland build has already won best of show at Camp RZR and the AZ Offroad Expo. What’s even more impressive are the details of the build. https://youtu.be/LLIVwDAiot8

SNEAK PEEK OF THE RZR PRO XP 4 PREMIUM RIDE COMMAND

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.…

2020 SPORT 4X4 UTVs

The performance wars between UTV manufacturers escalate for 2020, and sport-minded UTV drivers win! Can-Am’s new X3 Turbo RR models deliver 195 horsepower, Polaris unleashes the new RZR Pro XP, Honda introduces new four-seat Talons, Kawasaki jumps into the game with the new KRX 1000, and that’s just a taste of the UTV performance feast in our “Sport UTV Buyer’s Guide.” ARCTIC CAT ARCTIC CAT WILDCAT XX The Wildcat XX is powered by the same stunning 130-horsepower triple used in Yamaha’s YXZ1000R with a fully automatic…

50-INCH WIDE 2020 RZR900 WITH RIDE COMMAND & MORE

Finally a full featured, 50-inch wide machine is available for tight trails. The 2020 Polaris RZR900 FOX Edition is all that and more. This  RZR comes with a factory-installed with RIDE COMMAND unit, a factory-installed seven-inch, glove-touch display featuring a backup camera, built-in GPS navigation, Bluetooth smartphone connectivity and new features including Group Ride. Under the cockpit, FOX 2.0 Podium X shocks with 10-inches of travel allows for the vehicle to handle rough terrain while the newly-featured full doors…

Polaris Brings Soldier Home for the Holidays

As a part of Polaris joining the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), the company co-sponsored a vehicle giveaway where Dylan Schallenberger, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant, was selected as the winner of an all-new Polaris GENERAL 1000. While corresponding with Dylan to arrange pick-up of his Polaris GENERAL, Polaris learned that he was stationed overseas and his mother would be picking up the unit on his behalf. Noting the time of year, Polaris couldn’t think of a better way to bring some additional…

5 FEATURES IN THE RZR PRO XP NONE OF ITS COMPETITION HAS

-- UTV Action special investigation -- There are a few things that the 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP  lacks such as a roof, rear view mirror and full doors. However, the new ride has 5 features not found on any of it’s high performance sport competition.    To go along with the center console storage that is very reminiscent of a small automobile, the PRO XP has a hand full of other compartments including the couple up on the dash, the one in front of the shifter and one you can’t see that is right down by the passengers…

2020 POLARIS RZR XP 1000 HIGH LIFTER EDITION

Ready for mudding, the 110-horsepower RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition has snorkels, a mud-tuned CVT with lower gearing to turn its 29.5-inch Outlaw 2 mud tires, high-clearance lower A-arms and rear radius rods, and 15 inches of ground clearance. Stiffer shock springs and damping maintain the proper ride height even with heavy mud on the machine.See UTV Action’s guide to the biggest,  newest mud tires here:  https://utvactionmag.com/new-utv-mud-tires/ Motor type 999cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, 8-valve EFI twin Transmission…

BRIMSTONE PARAGON IS BACK! SEPT. 27th-29th 2019!

Live performances by Easton Corbin, Jimmie Allen, and Dillon Carmichael Nitro Circus Hi-Octane FMX Showcase Saturday Night Fireworks Yamaha Motor USA & Polaris RZR Demos Wild Mountain Rampage & Over 300 Miles of Offroad Trails to explore.

2020 POLARIS RZR PRO XP: TEST DRIVE REVIEW

The Polaris RZR platform is an ever growing and evolving beast. It came into this world as a tiny 50-inch wide machine that made it the first UTV able to ride narrow ATV trails, That fact and the aftermarkets (Mainly HCR and Pro Armor) quick reaction to modify it, made it an instant hit. In just over a decade, Polaris has pumped out over a dozen versions of the RZR that still cater to everyone from that narrow trail rider to the wide open desert racer with the 72” wide Turbo S models. We list all the important changes HERE.…

55″-WIDE 2020 POLARIS SCRAMBLER/SPORTSMAN WITH 89HP

To go along with a new 2020 RZR and Ranger release .  Polaris engineers developed an entirely new chassis – one that’s bigger, bolder, and stronger than ever before. With 31% larger main-frame tubing, it was designed to be abused, stomped on, and beaten through the worst terrain and never give in.  It takes more than raw performance to dominate any terrain, you also need  $14,999 and you will get a vehicle that is tough as nails and resolute in the worst conditions. For this reason, the entire chassis of the Scrambler XP®…