family receives aggressive front-end
styling that increases cooling airflow area by 29 percent, new side
protection for easier ingress and egress, a new in-cab accessible glove box,
High/Low headlights for increased night visibility, and a new fuel
management system coupled with a new tank that offers 30 percent improvement
in range with better slow speed drive-ability. Quality improvements include
better clutch/belt cooling, improved front and rear drive durability and
sealed dash switches. The units also will feature new easier-to-use side
RANGER RZR 800 will offer
more razor sharp trail performance with six percent more power in 2011 with
the addition of an 800 H.O. engine giving the
800 55hp and quicker acceleration
corner-to-corner. Built for the trail, the
800 also will include new trail-friendly
rear rack extenders to make it easier and more convenient to carry more
gear. For hunters, Polaris also will offer the vehicle in the new Polaris
Pursuit Camouflage pattern.
2011 MODEL YEAR
U.S. RETAIL PRICE LIST:
Polaris Pursuit Camo (R11VH76AH)
Red/White LE (R11VH76AF)
Boardwalk Blue/White LE (R11VH76AA)
2010 Limited Edition RZRs:
Minneapolis, January 21, 2010 – Polaris Industries today
announced the company’s new limited edition ATV and Side-by-Side offerings.
In the past, Polaris’ limited editions have been cosmetic upgrades such as
paint but this offering also includes units with performance and technology
upgrades. Included, is the first RANGER CREW and RANGER RZR with electronic
power steering, and a 50-inch RANGER RZR with a premium Walker Evans shock
2010 RANGER RZR LE-Walker Evans
2010 RANGER RZR LE-Sunset Red with Electronic Power Steering
2010 RANGER RZR LE-Pearl White with Sonic Blue Graphics
2010 RANGER RZR S LE-Purple Thunder
2009 Limited Edition RZRs:
2009 RANGERRZR LE-Sunset Red
2009 RANGERRZR LE-Stealth Black
2009 RANGER RZR Pink Power
2010 Polaris RZR Changes:
New 60 mph/96.6 km top speed, 52 horsepower and ROPS Certified Cab.
Limited Edition models include Tequila Gold and Turbo Silver. Additional
Limited Edition Models include: RZR S LE-Purple Thunder, RZR LE-Pearl White,
RZR LE-Sunset Red with Electronic Power Steering and RZR LE-Walker Evans.
2009 Polaris RZR Changes:
New for 2009, RANGERRZR and RANGERRZR S have improved,
low-speed drivability due to the inclusion of a heel pocket which allows more
controlled operation of the gas pedal. Operators also will find improved
transmission shifting, a more durable shoulder bolster, reduced exhaust noise
and covered, under-seat storage.
Air Intake Fix - Looks like the throttle body now has a lip to help keep
the boot on. The boot that connects the filter housing to the throttle body
has a few bellows that help with flex, and the filter is much larger.
Above photos used with permission of Neal Hanger,
In the photo above you can see that the air filter housing is larger than in
The exhaust tip for the 2009 RZR is pointed down a bit. Polaris claims
that the exhaust noise output has been reduced for 2009 models.
Regulator/Rectifier has been moved up front near the radiator for better
Polaris also increased the strength of the roll cage by 30%, reinforced
the upper shock mounts and reinforced the front and rear frame. We have not
confirmed whether these changes are only for the RZR S, or if they are
included on the standard RZR.
New Nuclear Sunset Paint
New Mossy Oak
Unfortunately, the engine many had hoped would end up in the RZR only made
it into the
2009 Sportsman ATV. The 850c twin EFI churns out 70 horsepower.
Maybe an early release 2010 RZR?
With annual 2007 sales of $1.8 billion, Polaris designs, engineers,
manufactures and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), including the Polaris
RANGER™, snowmobiles and Victory motorcycles for recreational and utility