Hot on the heels of the XP1000, Polaris has brought forth the 2014 RZR XP 4 1000; check out the 2014 Polaris RZR XP 4 1000 First Ride to find out how it performed.
- The Walker Evans Position-Sensitive Shocks soaked up anything we were brave enough to attempt.
- The 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 loves to fly, and was no worse for the wear after repeated launches into the clear blue.
- The 2014 Polaris RZR XP 4 1000 is one of the best side-by-sides we've tested to date.
- The power comes on strong, pulls strong in the midrange and then finishes with a rush on the top end.
- If you have three friends brave enough to ride with you, the 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 has enough power to entertain them just as much as if they were behind the wheel.
- The 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 handles like a machine that is shorter and lighter than it is.
- The 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 just eats up rough terrain.
- The rear end of the 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 is not as flighty as the two-seat XP 1000.
- The low center of gravity on the 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 makes carving a corner easy.
- We put the 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 to the test at the one of the best side-by-side location in the world - Glamis.
- The 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 is power by the same 107 horsepower ProStar engine found in the two-seat XP1000.
- The 2014 Polaris XP 4 1000 is now the most powerful four-seat side-by-side available.
- The 2014 Polaris RZR XP 4 1000 has a starting price tag of $21,999.