- 2010 Polaris RZR 4 First Look
- The beefy suspension can hold up to the strain of the extra weight and the on-demand AWD will make sure you and your group make it over just about everything.
- Polaris offers the Ranger 800 Crew, a utility-based vehicle, but the new 2010 RZR 4 puts sport into the equation.
- Standard two-wheel-drive jumps into on-demand AWD when the going gets tough.
- It’s essentially a stretched version of the RZR S model using the same 760cc High Output (HO) Twin and said to be good for 61 mph.
- The RZR 4 gets an extra 30 inches of wheelbase and gains a claimed 255 pounds (1255 lbs total). Overall dimensions are 24 inches longer and 4.5 inches taller, but it still retains the 60.5-inch width. Extending the wheelbase drops ground clearance to 11.5 inches (from 12.5).
- Polaris offers a bit more utility with two extra seats to make the perfect group off-road machine.