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2013 Polaris RZR XP 4 900 EPS First Ride Photo Gallery

Check out photos as we test out Polaris' flagship four-seat RZR, the XP 4 900 EPS. Find out what we thought about it in the 2013 Polaris RZR XP 4 900 EPS First Ride.

The rear suspension didn’t work how we would have liked with backseat passengers as it constantly bottomed out the rear shocks.
But, it sure worked like a dream with no one in the back no matter how big we went.
Upgraded from the base model, the EPS model gets some black wheels laced up with Maxxis Big Horn tires.
It's safe for MotoUSA to say, the Polaris RZR XP 4 900 EPS is definitely Glamis approved.
The RZR is outfitted with Walker Evans Racing shocks to handle the suspension duties.
Not only did we take tear up Glamis sand dunes, we also took the RZR out for some rock climbing at Ocotillo Wells.
The XP 4 has a ton of ground clearance, 12.5” to be exact.
We really put the XP 4 through its paces and found out there wasn’t much it couldn’t handle.
Like we already stated we drove the XP hard, blasting sand and pounding rocks.
The Maxxis Big Horn tires proved themselves down the slippery, loose down-hills.
Under those Bell Moto 9 helmets are two great big smiles…and a bit of sand.
We just couldn’t get enough of the RZR, on the ground or in the air, this thing is a blast!