2020 Polaris RZR PRO XP First Ride!

The next gen RZR is here, and boy have things changed! This is a totally new machine, and we got the first rip last week in the Las Vegas desert.

If you want to skip right to the action, check out our ride review below:

The Pro XP starts with an all new chassis featuring a longer wheelbase, a TON more interior space, and a plethora of new driver focused features that make this the best RZR to date by a longshot.

Power? It’s got more. Polaris has cranked the ProStar turbo twin up to 181 HP and calibrated the clutching to apply it where you need it most.

The updated clutching along with airflow improvements have also resulted in 2X the belt life over the previous turbo clutches. We weren’t able to break one, and we tried hard…

The entire driveline and chassis has been redesigned to be stronger than any previous RZR (including the Turbo S). We’ll have plenty more details on this to come, but again we tried hard and didn’t break one.

The longer and rebalanced chassis provide an excellent driving experience. Cornering is very flat and the high speed stability has been improved tremendously. It is undoubtedly the best riding & handling 64″ wide machine we’ve been in.

To compliment the major chassis changes, Polaris has done an excellent job addressing some of our complaints from the previous chassis. The interior packs wayyyy more space for big guys, but also provides much more adjustment than before. The seat slides a mile, now allows for tilt adjustment, and we also get a telescoping steering column!

We’ll have a ton more to share with you on the new Pro XP soon, so make sure to stay tuned!

RZR PRO XP!
PRO XP Interior
PRO XP Interior

Redesigned clutch housing improves belt life

Beefed up EVERYTHING

New seats with 6-POINT harnesses!

It’s Sous Approved.

1 Comment on "2020 Polaris RZR PRO XP First Ride!"

  1. Michael Messner | July 29, 2019 at 8:58 am | Reply

    The review was awesome, and the video of the punishment this machine took was crazy. Sous – you have balls of steel and going 80 mph in a new machine was impressive.

    Could you feel a difference with the DYNAMIX control suspension Vs. The non? Many do not like the redesign; however, I find it awesome. So many great machines to chose from,

    Thank you for the great review and videos.

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