All of the colored portions of
this drawing show parts of the
2017 Turbo that are either new
or have major upgrades.
increased fluid capacity, these shocks
are claimed to dissipate heat better to
The Polaris RZR platform has formed
the backbone of the high-performance
UTV recreation and racing industries.
Much of that popularity is due to the
handling and suspension prowess
the RZR exhibits. In addition to the
premium suspension components,
Polaris added a front stabilizer bar
and re-tuned the rear stabilizer bar
to allow the car to corner flatter.
Steering is quicker as well with a
standard, electric power-steering, 1.5-
turn steering rack.
With objects in motion and all
that physics stuff, a fast car needs
bodacious brakes, and Polaris
responded to that need with large
triple-piston front calipers, twin-piston
rear calipers and 248mm ventilated
stainless steel disc-brake rotors at
all four wheels. Both RZR XP Turbo
models will be available in late 2016
in either Titanium Matte Metallic
or Cruiser Black. The two-seater is
$24,999 and the four-seater is $27,499.
Contact www.polaris.com. ❏
While a big horsepower jump is capturing
all the headlines for the 2017 Polaris RZR
XP Turbo, upgrades to other systems are
probably more important.