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.
- Under those Bell Moto 9 helmets are two great big smiles…and a bit of sand.
- 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.
- We really put the XP 4 through its paces and found out there wasn’t much it couldn’t handle.
- The 2013 Polaris RZR XP 4 900 EPS LE...yeah it's a long name.
- We just couldn’t get enough of the RZR, on the ground or in the air, this thing is a blast!
- Not only did we take tear up Glamis sand dunes, we also took the RZR out for some rock climbing at Ocotillo Wells.
- Upgraded from the base model, the EPS model gets some black wheels laced up with Maxxis Big Horn tires.
- The RZR is outfitted with Walker Evans Racing shocks to handle the suspension duties.
- The XP 4 has a ton of ground clearance, 12.5” to be exact.
- 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.
- It's safe for MotoUSA to say, the Polaris RZR XP 4 900 EPS is definitely Glamis approved.