|Robby Gordon Polaris RZR 4
UTV of the Month for March 2010
Polaris’ newest creation, the Polaris RZR 4, is our pick for UTV of the month for March 2010. Although our RZR 4 is almost stock, and we typically pick a pretty tricked out UTV for the winner, we felt that the ability for families to get out and enjoy time together in the outdoors was a big enough reason to make this choice.
The RZR 4 is perfectly suited for families that want sport UTV capabilities, but need seating for four. With a top speed of 61 mph and the long travel suspension to soak up the rough terrain, Polaris has hit another home run with the RZR 4.
In creating the first four-passenger Sport Side-by-Side, Polaris paid close attention to ergonomics. For the driver, the RZR 4 has tilt steering offering 10″ of range and a seat that offers 4″ of front-to-rear adjustability making it easy to switch drivers. And by the way, all four bucket seats are interchangeable and adjustable front-to-rear!
The front passenger has an adjustable front grab bar, while the rear passengers have an ample amount of head-room, stadium style seating and an exclusive rear passenger handrail. Similar to the front passengers, rear passengers also have a 12-volt plug in and two cup holders.
The RZR 4 features long travel suspension with 12″ of suspension travel and ground clearance. The units premium suspension includes new Fox Podium X 2.0 Piggyback Reservoir Shocks plus Chrome Moly front upper A-Arms for precision and strength. The rear anti-sway bar and dual rate springs keeps the chassis flat through corners and the rolled independent rear suspension (IRS) provides a smooth ride through all terrain.
Just like the Polaris RZR and RZR S, the RZR 4s suspension is coupled with Polaris true all-wheel drive (AWD) system that automatically engages when the rider needs more forward traction and reverts back to 2WD automatically when AWD is no longer needed.
Muzzys Dual Exhaust with DigiTune and Whisper Core inserts
Factory UTV a-arm guards and skid plate
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