2021 Polaris RZR side-by-sides

2021 Polaris RZR Models

Today is a big day on the Polaris RZR front as Polaris unveils its 2021 RZR lineup. There are improvements and new colors across the RZR family. As of yet there are no new RZR Pro XP models as we would expect. There is a new Turbo S Lifted Lime LE model in a bright lime color, every technology available, lower doors, LED accent lights, and a roof. The RZR XP Turbo and XP 1000 get the upgrade treatment also in technology and some mechanically improvements. 

2021 Polaris RZR XP 1000

Overall the RZR lineup has been tweaked for 2021…so far. No new Pro XP models yet. There is a new model with the RZR XP Turbo S and XP 4 Turbo S Lifted Lime Edition. Base models across the lineup have taken on a “Sport” trim level, then comes the Premium and Ultimate trim levels. One feature that catches our attention offered across the entire lineup, with the exception of the RZR 570, is an in-dash trickle charger port for charging the battery. That is a great feature. Enough about the summary, here are the additional models, technology, mechanical, and feature upgrades to the 2021 RZR lineup.

2021 Polaris RZR Pro XP 4

2021 RZR Pro XP and RZR Pro XP 4 Upgrades

Enhanced Audio - Through the brand’s partnership with Rockford Fosgate, the leader in UTV audio, RZR continues to elevate the first factory-integrated off-road audio system and are redefining the limits of what is possible. The Rockford Fosgate audio system has 2.5-times greater volume output, better bass tune and better sound quality at higher volumes, amplifying the soundtrack to RZR adventures.

RIDE COMMAND - Polaris RIDE COMMAND continues to lead the way in innovation, introducing configurable gauges and the new Follow Mode function on Group Ride. By selecting the leader of a ride group, this new feature allows riders to leave a track on the map that can be followed by others.

Trims - With the increasing popularity of RIDE COMMAND, the Pro XP Premium trim will now come with RIDE COMMAND with integrated 7-inch touch display and Rockford Fosgate audio for 2021.

Engine Air Intake - Material used for the engine intake is now blow molded, resulting in improved durability at higher temperatures, ultimately unlocking the ability to go full throttle longer.

Rear Shock Guards - Improved rear shock guards now feature sides that index to the shock to help avoid rotation.

Lightweight Wheels - New wheels that are 18 percent lighter allow for increased agility to conquer the world’s most challenging trails.

Design - Improved clutch alignment and resulting shift effort, along with door latch bumper updates, result in less rattle while driving.

Tender Springs - Updated rear tender springs were built to last longer and improve suspension performance, creating a smoother riding experience. This upgrade is exclusive to the RZR Pro XP.

New Accessories - Customize Pro XP further with 20 additional accessories, including the RIGID® Chase Light with eleven selectable modes and new doors and windshields for more cab options to boost rider comfort.

2021 Polaris RZR XP Turbo S

RZR Turbo & Turbo S Upgrades

The 2021 RZR XP Turbo and RZR Turbo S lineup receives the addition of the Pro XP’s clutch design, providing an optimized geometry that pulls in more airflow to keep the belt cooler. Coupled with improved clutch alignment, the result is less wear and tear of the belt, which extends belt life.

2021 Polaris RZR XP Turbo S Lift Lime Edition

RZR XP Turbo S Lifted Lime Edition

An addition to the RZR lineup is the very bright 2021 RZR Turbo S Lifted Lime Edition. This was added to deliver “fresh style” for riders looking to stand out and is packed with technology features to bring a series ride experience. It has a premium paint scheme, DYNAMIX Active Suspension, RIDE COMMAND 7-inch display, factory audio, LED accent lights and LED headlights, lower doors and an aluminum roof. If you want to make a statement then this is your RZR!

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