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2010 Polaris RZR 4 UTV Review Photo Gallery

We spend more time with the 2010 Polaris RZR 4 side-by-side on dirt trails to see how this family machine performs in the dirt. Read full details in the 2010 Polaris RZR 4 UTV Review.

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The turning radius is wide at slow speeds, especially in AWD.
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We cruised miles of mountain roads, splashed through mud holes, explored Oregon’s biggest sandbox and even put it to work around the farm.
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Rear passengers get bucked a little more, similar to riding at the back of a large passenger van.
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The longer wheelbase and steep approach angle allows the RZR 4 to span serious gaps with ease.
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Camping and exploring with the family are what the big RZR is all about.
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In the woods, backing off the shock preload three turns improved the RZR’s ability to twist comfortably and absorb rocks, roots and ruts at the slower pace of trail driving.
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Every time we cringed in anticipation of an impact, the RZR simply soaked it up without hesitation.
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Letting a little air out of the tires helped ride quality and traction over exposed roots.
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The RZR 4 easily fits on well-worn ATV trails even with its 60.5-inch width.
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Whatever your off-road desires, the RZR 4 can take you there.
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Robby Gordon Off-Road livery gives the Polaris a visual appearance to match its astounding performance.
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We used the Polaris as a pack mule/support vehicle to carry spare fuel, lunches and dry clothes at a local poker run.
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RZR owners we meet love their machines, and if they have kids, they instantly love ours, peppering us with questions.
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The RZR 4 and a map is a good way to spend a day.
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The seats are extremely comfortable. We had no problem sitting in the RZR for hours, which is a good thing since we love driving it so much.