2016 Polaris RZR XP Turbo EPS

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2016 Polaris RZR XP Turbo EPS

Meet the king of horsepower, the 2016 Polaris RZR-400. — Photo courtesy Polaris

The King of Horsepower, new-from-the-factory turbocharged RZR XP Turbo EPS produces a whopping 144 horse with its all-new 925-cc Polaris ProStar Turbo engine.

Completely designed and engineered to deliver durability and performance under turbo power, this machine features an upgraded cooling system drive line and brakes that promise unbelievable reliability partnered with huge horsepower. 

The Polaris RZR XP Turbo has a whopping 90-inch wheelbase with 12.5 inches of ground clearance and highly tuned Fox Podium shocks allowing for maximum adjustablility and luxurious comfort.  With 18 inches of rear wheel travel and 16 inches of front suspension travel, the ride is smooth and strong in any terrain. 

With behind-the-seats engine placement creating a lower centre of gravity, the Polaris RZR lineup is known for its stable ground-hugging performance even at high speeds. 

Some who yearn for turbo power sacrifice warranty for high performance by installing an aftermarket turbo but that is not the case for this machine. 

The Polaris RZR XP Turbo EPS comes with a one-year warranty, giving peace of mind to everyone who purchases Polaris’s King of Horsepower side-by-side. 

Go to Polaris Canada for more information.

 


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