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Polaris 2013 Limited Edition Models

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SPORTSMAN® XP 850 H.O. EPS STEALTH BLACK LEElectronic Power Steering (EPS)Machined Black Cast Aluminum 14" wheels with Carlisle 489 II tiresStealth Black automotive style paintColor matched painted front fangCustom cut and sew dark steel and black seatColor matched painted suspension A-armsColor matched painted front and rear suspension springsFront storage box2500 lb. Polaris® HD WinchMSRP $10,599

RZR Report Card - Passed!

2011 Polaris RZR 4 LE Long Term Review
Written By: 
Wayne Davis
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The RZR 4 is one of the most fun, all-purpose side by side vehicles we have ever driven.  When given the chance to put some miles on it and really see what the RZR 4 LE is capable of, we couldn’t get it on the trail fast enough.  With just over 4000 trouble free miles logged on our 2011 RZR 4 LE, you can bet we had a chance to ride in many different conditions, and it met or exceeded our expectations every time.

Ride Tested - Polaris RZR 800 Suspension Upgrade

We Install a Set of Walker Evans Shocks on our RZR 800
Written By: 
Pete Bengel
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SXS vehicles are like dandelions… new models are popping up all over the place.  Almost every major manufacturer now has at least one model on the market, each with its own design, style, features, and level of performance.  But even bigger than the explosion of SXS vehicles into the off-road market is the explosion of OEM and aftermarket performance parts and accessories.  From the off-road parks to the trails or the sand dunes, it’s hard to find a SXS out there that hasn’t been modified in some way.

First Ride - The Polaris RZR XP-4 900

More Power, More Suspension, More to Love
Written By: 
Pete Bengel and John Arens
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We spent the better part of last summer running around the north woods on the friend and family friendly, four seat sensation called the Polaris RZR4.  Regardless of whether we were in the driver’s seat or the back seat, it’s impossible not to have a great time on the RZR4 thanks to the long wheelbase, super stable platform, and silky smooth, stock FOX shocks.  It’s a blast to cruise down the trail on the RZR4, but we always felt it could use a little more power.

First Ride - The All-New Polaris RZR 570

The Overachiever
Written By: 
John Arens
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Polaris has had its share of ground breaking innovations in the ATV & Side x Side world, but every so often they’ll steer the sport in an entirely new direction. Their use of the CVT transmission eventually became the standard for utility ATVs, the first Ranger models broke open a whole new segment of the sport with seating for two, great off road capability, and hard working features, and the RZR lineup kicked open the door to high performance Side x Sides.

Farm & Field Tested - The Polaris Ranger 500 EFI

Smaller Pacakage - Big Performance
Written By: 
John Arens, Moxie Karasek, and Rick Engel
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There are companies that have a knack for finding opportunities in the market and then building a product to fill it. The Disney people never build a ride without a movie, toys, and a happy-meal to go with it, and in the powersports world, Polaris has always managed to find that untapped group of potential riders that didn’t quite find what they needed with existing models. Since the Side x Side market is relatively new, it’s been the habit of most manufacturers to concentrate on their top of the line models.

Special Project - Polaris RZR4 Upgrade

Must Have Accessories for the Polaris 4 Seater
Written By: 
Wayne Davis
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Anyone who has purchased a 2011 Polaris RZR 4 already knows that they’ve found a great product with a very high “FUN FACTOR”. We’ve spent a lot of time blazing down many different kinds of trails and terrain with the RZR4, and it always keeps you excited and stands up to just about anything that you can put in front of it. Accessories can make an already great vehicle even better however, and we decided it was time to add on a few toys that would benefit our RZR.

Best Recreational Class Side-x-Side of 2011

The Polaris Ranger XP 800
Written By: 
John Arens
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We’ve called the Polaris Ranger XP 800 your best dog, best shotgun, best pickup, and best hunting camp all rolled into one. Out of all the Side x Sides on the market today, it would be the one that fits the needs of the average hunter, homeowner, and hard working recreational rider perfectly. It’s not the fastest, lightest, or most powerful, but it is certainly one of the absolute best and we count on one every day.

Best Hi-Performance Side-x-Side of 2011

The Polaris RZR XP 900
Written By: 
John Arens
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Polaris started the year off with a bang when they released the new RZR XP 900. It was a high performance Side x Side that had only been the stuff of aftermarket dreams and after one ride we were hooked. Visually it’s got the looks of a RZR on steroids with the same styling as other members of the RZR family, and most of the bodywork is the same with the exception of the long skirt that partially hides the lower chassis members and long travel suspension. It’s really the suspension and motor that makes the RZR XP 900 something special though.

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