Polaris is always trying to stay on the cutting edge of technology. The company just redesigned its best-selling sport side-by-side. Upgrades include a stronger chassis, redesigned ergonomics for increased comfort and an all-new 114-horsepower engine.
During the redesign process, Polaris started with the chassis. The RZR XP is designed for improved trail agility and durability in rough conditions. The driveline has been reinforced to with stand rough terrain with stronger half shafts, prop shaft and bearings. Polaris has had a long-standing relationship with Walker Evans Racing and the needle shocks were specifically designed for this side-by-side.
“The multi-terrain category is the largest segment in the performance side-by-side industry, and we’re proud to deliver an all-new vehicle that’s head and shoulders above anything else available today,” said Reid Wilson, Vice President, Polaris Off Road Recreation. “In 2014, the RZR XP 1000 started it all for multi-terrain sport side-by-sides, and now, we’re building upon that legacy –taking what has long been the standard and making it even better in every possible way.”
The interior was also upgraded featuring new ergonomics. The seating has been adjusted one inch lower and 1.5 inches back for a sportier driving position and increased leg room. The reaer seats were also elevated for improved sight lines. Also new for a 2024 are a redesigned cargo space, full doors, updated roof and new LED lights. The cab switches are also illuminated for easy night visibility.
The 2024 RZR XP will be available at dealers in April in both two and four seat configurations. There will be three trims available including Sport, Premium and Ultimate.