Since taking delivery of a brand new 2019 Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S we have been itching to get it out on the trails, and finally we got the machine its first dirt.
The brand new four-seat Turbo S is the most expensive and feature packed model that Polaris sells, and it did not disappoint on the trails of Colorado. Big 32-inch tires come standard and help the machine to crawl over just about anything.
One of the toughest things to accept with this new model is the price, starting at $30,499 USD and $36,999 Canadian. After spending out first day in the dirt with this Polaris though, it became clear as to exactly why this unit costs so much.
One of the most appreciated technologies in this new unit is the DYNAMIX adaptive suspension, which allows you to switch up how firm the shocks are from inside the cabin. This gives the RZR 4 Turbo S two distinct personalities when you’re driving it, going from soft, washy and ready to soak up the trail to firm for maximum control at speed or in the rocks.
The wheelbase on this model was stretched to a massive 117-inches to accommodate the rear seat passengers, giving the Turbo S an incredibly smooth ride over even the roughest of trails.
We are taking advantage of the Colorado mountains before the snow falls, which won’t be long now. So make sure you come back to the channel to see more of this amazing side-by-side traversing come of the tougher trails that the mountains have to offer.