2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP Expert Buyer’s Guide – Video

The Polaris RZR lineup has grown even bigger this year to include the Pro XP lineup, adding yet another choice in an already full stable.

From the small 50-inch wide two-seat RZR models right up to the massive 72-inch wide four-seat models, there is something for everyone looking for a fun time in the RZR lineup. And we just happen to have two different RZR Pro XP models at TFL right now, so let us show you the differences.

The new Pro XP features an all-new 925cc four-stroke DOHC turbocharged twin putting out 181 horsepower. That is the one thing that stays the same throughout the range, but you can get both two- and four-seat models in Pro XP trim. Besides different seat arrangements, the Pro XP comes in three different trim levels (Base/Premium/Ultimate), each packing its own list of standard features.

Ground clearance for the Pro XP models is 14.5 inches helped by massive 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore tires. Suspension comes from two-inch Walker Evans Needle shocks on the base models while stepping up to the Ultimate trim gets you FOX 2.5 Podium Live Valve shocks.

Travel numbers are the same for both, 17-inches up front and 20-inches in the rear.

A seven-inch touchscreen is also part of that Ultimate package, another feature that isn’t built into lesser models. That means that the price spread from base to fully loaded is pretty big, with the two-seat RZR Pro XP going from $22,999 to $28,499 USD.

For every bit of info on the RZR lineup, make sure you go above and watch the video.