UTV of the Month

Robby Gordon Polaris RZR 4

Robby Gordon Polaris RZR 4

Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition

UTV of the Month for March 2010

Information:

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.


Family off-roading with a family of four!

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.

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Running around with the whole family in one UTV is big fun

The RZR 4 features long travel suspension with 12″ of suspension travel and ground clearance. The unit’s 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.

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The RZR 4 is incredibly nimble for its’ size.

Just like the Polaris RZR and RZR S, the RZR 4’s 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.

Specifications:

Robby Gordon Edition Polaris RZR 4

Muzzys Dual Exhaust with DigiTune and Whisper Core inserts

Factory UTV a-arm guards and skid plate

Polaris Ranger RZR 4 Features:

  • 800 Twin Cylinder High Output EFI Engine

  • Industry-Leading 12 in. (30.5 cm.) Long-Travel Suspension

  • Fox Podium X® 2.0 Racing Shocks with Piggyback Reservoirs

  • Rolled Independent Rear Suspension (IRS)

  • Maxxis® Bighorn® 26 in. Radial Tires With 12 in. Aluminum Rims

  • Top Speed – 61 mph

More Photos:

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