2019 Polaris RZR RS1 | UTV Driver

2019 Polaris RZR RS1

Highlights of this single-seat RZR

Bringing a new breed of UTV to the market, Polaris revealed the latest iteration in its single-seat lineup in the form of the RZR RS1. This unique vehicle looks unique, and it backs up the looks with agility that is second to none in the market. You don’t sit in the new RZR RS1, it literally and figuratively becomes an extension of you, the driver. The center-cockpit design delivers a greater level of visibility sight lines to oncoming terrain and is optimally positioned for performance-oriented ergonomics. The best part? Possibly the center-mounted two-foot brake pedal.

Highlights of the 2019 Polaris single-seat RZR

Highlights of the 2019 Polaris single-seat RZR

Polaris

Engineering the most agile RZR ever starts with the 110-hp ProStar HO engine, coupled with extreme terrain suspension. The new compact and optimally balanced chassis features a rear-mounted dual-fan radiator for maximum engine cooling. A new race-hardened drivetrain is also mounted up for durability and instantaneous power.

The unique experience of having a single seat that is center mounted is one that you are unlikely to forget for many years. That’s why the RZR RS1 stands out in a market flooded with other UTVs.

RZR RS1

RZR RS1

RZR RS1 - Black Pearl

Polaris

  • MSRP: $14,299
  • 110 hp from the ProStar HO 999 engine
  • 64-inch width
  • 21/21 inches of front/rear wheel travel
  • Walker Evans Needle Shocks
  • 29-inch tires
  • 13.5-inch ground clearance
  • Center-cockpit seat
  • Rear-mounted dual-fan radiator
  • Two-foot brake pedal

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