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2011 Polaris Ranger RZR First Ride Photo Gallery

As the original sport UTV, the Polaris RZR holds a special place in our hearts, but was due for an update. Our UTV correspondent takes a look at the 2011 RZR with its new high-output engine that makes the original fun-mobile even better. Read the full story in our 2011 Polaris Ranger RZR First Ride.

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RZR-Eng.jpg
The 50" RZR receives the HO engine
from its special edition brothers with some
tweaks to the intake, combustion and
exhaust.
RZR-Gauges.jpg
The single gauge pod now includes a clock, a water temperature gauge, a low-battery warning light, as well as the typical speedometer, tachometer, odometer, hour meter, two trip meters, gear indicator and fuel gauge.
RZR-Rack.jpg
To finish off the changes, there are some new bed extenders on the 50” RZR to make it easier to carry more gear out on the trail.
RZR-RZRS.jpg
The 2011 Ranger RZR S (left) got the same updates as the standard RZR and maintains all the sporty handling you've come to expect from the S trim.
RZR-Store.jpg
Long overdue, is a sealed storage compartment under the passenger grab bar.
RZR-Switches.jpg
Climbing inside, you’ll find a slightly changed dash layout with new sealed switches for the 2WD/AWD option, as well as (French horns trumpeting!) a headlight switch that now has both high and low beams.
RZR-Tank.jpg
Polaris updates the fuel tank
for easier access to the fuel pump.
RZR-Action.jpg
ADC is still unavailable for AWD-equipped Ranger RZRs. Considering 2011 brought some meaningful changes to the RZR, this was one change we were suprised got looked over.
RZR-Net.jpg
The 2011 Ranger RZR offers revised safety nets for easier use that include bigger snap-buckles.
RZR-Studio.jpg
2011 Polaris Ranger RZR First Ride