The Polaris corners the flattest thanks to the MacPherson-strut front end and stiffer rear suspension. It has by far more
low-end power to slide the rear end around.
Honda hit a home run with their IRS setup on the Rubicon. It
provides comfort and great ground clearance, along with stability in corners and didn’t make the front end too twitchy.
We like Can-Am’s trailing-arm setup. It provides nearly 9
inches of wheel travel, good ground clearance over obstacles
and a plush ride.