Is This The Ultimate Turbo 4-Seat Machine?! The RZR XP 4 Turbo S Is Here

Is This The Ultimate Turbo 4-Seat Machine?! The RZR XP 4 Turbo S Is Here

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 Is This The Ultimate Turbo 4-Seat Machine?! The RZR XP 4 Turbo S Is Here

With the release of the RZR XP Turbo S a few months ago, we all knew that it was only a matter of time before the 4-seat version of this all-new, 72” wide RZR was unveiled. True to Polaris’ history, the Sand Sports Super Show was the place to see this all-new 4-seat desert carving machine as it was unveiled just days before the show.

The RZR XP 4 Turbo S is truly a machine capable of competing with the Maverick X3 MAX X rs Turbo R with a 72” wide stance that mimics that of the X3, but the RZR features a larger tire/wheel package at 32”/15”, respectively. Now, most of you might be asking why in the world 32” tires are needed on a stock machine, but we can tell you from experience that the desert terrain is where the 32” tires will excel. The driveline propelling those 32” tires has been strengthened with a much larger front differential and bigger driveline overall.

In addition to the driveline, the RZR XP 4 Turbo S chassis has been strengthened in every way, including the suspension components. It also includes all of the breakthrough technology found on the Dynamix Edition Turbo RZR’s, including the FOX Live Valve suspension technology, Ride Command 7” glove touch interior display, and many other features. The aforementioned Ride Command system is situated in a cockpit that has been completely redesigned to be more driver-focused with the instrument cluster positioned right in the middle of the Sparco steering wheel. The Ride Command display sits in the center of the reconfigured dash with plenty of switches and storage now found around the display. It truly is a very well thought out cabin that includes the most technology built right into the vehicle from the factory.

2019 Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S

The FOX 3” rear shocks and 2.5” front shocks are all equipped with the Dynamix Active Suspension system, meaning the driver can adjust the compression right from the interior with the simple flick of a switch. We have driven these Dynamix-equipped vehicles in the past and have been very impressed with the setup, and we look forward to much more seat time in the future.

With the same wheelbase as the standard XP 4 Turbo models, the rear seat legroom is probably at or around the same as previous 4-seat RZR vehicles, meaning that taller passengers will find the rear seats tight. There are trade offs to this as you look at the X3 MAX and its longer wheelbase and increased interior space as some people like the shorter overall package of the RZR XP 4 lineup and it’s more flickable driving characteristics. A drive in the vehicle will tell us whether or not the package has been upgraded or not.

2019 Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S

We are looking forward to driving this machine and hope to bring you all a full review of the machine at a future time. Keep an eye out!

Until then, be safe in the off-road jungle!

2019 Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S

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