The Polaris RZR XP Turbo S Velocity is the new landmark in the 72-inch segment. And it comes in two versions, two seats and four seats. With prices ranging from $25,399 up to $28,399 (the last one for the RZR XP 4 Turbo S), they offer a combination of performance and unmatched value in the segment.
The new Velocity models benefit from the expertise gained with the 72-inch RZR XP Turbo S versions. We are talking about a more robust, improved cooling train and a three times stronger transmission. Plus reinforced chassis, stronger axles, control arms with higher opening. Strengths that allow Veloce models to dominate any surface.
In addition, the Polaris RZR XP Turbo S Velocity models take over from the RZR XP Turbo S the basic technical features. It’s about 168 hp, 32 IT Coyotes tires, 16-inch ground guard and four-point belts. Both models have aluminum shock absorbers with compression adjustment, 3.0 inch Walker Evans Velocity. A ready to race version.
In fact, the Velocity version is for those who think about performance. Provides superior experience and stability. And the cockpit and its finishes have been modified for added sportiness.
Kyle Duea, Polaris Industries
We designed Velocity models for those who want the perfect combination of performance and value.
Duea also says that the models will benefit from a new chromatic range, designed to meet diverse tastes. In addition, steering assistance is better by 25%. And recalibration of the couple mapping provides immediate and improved control.