Polaris incorporated these nifty drain
holes on both sides of the floorboards.
When the plugs are removed, post-ride
clean-up is made quicker.
every form of racing, from woods and
desert to GP and short-course racing.
The taller stance and largest tires in
the industry will sure make the 1000
even more competitive in the mud
pits. For the average trail and dune
riders, the RZR XP 900 was good, but
we saw most people upgrading components like seats, roll cages and
even installing long-travel suspension. With this machine, you won’t
have to do those upgrades. Just turn
the key and the Polaris RZR XP 1000
will provide $20,000 of fun right out of
the box. ;