Worth the Price? 2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP Buyer’s Guide

The 2020 Polaris Pro XP has plenty of impressive numbers, like 181 hp and 30-inch tires, but another big number that comes along with the Pro XP is the price.

With its introduction, the Pro XP is now the most expensive two-seat RZR in the entire lineup, with a starting price tag of $22,999 in the US and $29,899 in Canada. There are three different Pro XP models, Base, Premium and Ultimate, with the top trim going for $28,499 in the US and $34,899 in Canada.

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So what does each package bring you? All three pack the same turbocharged engine that makes 181 horsepower, all are 64 inches wide and all the units have 14.5-inches of ground clearance. Move up to the Premium model and you’ll get a telescoping steering wheel, LED accent light package, premium paint options and a 6-point harness.

Finally, move to the Ultimate model and you’ll also get some performance enhancement thanks to FOX Live Valve shocks, a Rockford Fosgate Stereo system, and Polaris’ 7-inch Ride Command infotainment system.

Polaris has also released four different accessory package which are available straight from the dealer, offering a pre-packaged set of goodies that will help in different situations. Polaris has released the Desert Collection, Dunes Collection, Mountain Collection and Trail Collection.

To learn more about the Pro XP and to see what comes in each package, make sure you watch the video above.