The single-seat Polaris RZR RS1 is the ideal machine for a real driver’s driver looking to push beyond their limits, free from care or concern of a backseat driver. The single-seat center-of-mass position unlocks high-visibility sightlines to oncoming terrain and provides increased balance and feel within the chassis. The race-inspired driver ergonomics and new steering position create extra room for active arm and leg movement. The RZR RS1 is also equipped with a new brake system, giving drivers the option of traditional single-foot action or rally-inspired two-foot performance.
Take a closer look at this single-seat UTV with Justin from Shock Therapy. They first “unbox” it, then do a full review.
Shock Therapy Polaris RS1 Unboxing
Shock Therapy Polaris RS1 Review
- Very Agile
- Excellent Power-to-weight ratio
- Two-foot driving
- Quality and size of components (clutch, front differential, etc.)
- Great Visibility
- More open to elements
- Would like to have a four or five point harness
- Radiator airflow – fan only with no ram air