2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP 4 First Look | UTV Driver

2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP 4 First Look

It didn’t take long for Polaris to add a pair of seats to the Pro XP.

With 181 hp, the 2020 Polaris Pro XP 4 is equipped with a larger turbo that creates even more boost. This results in snappier acceleration between 20 and 50 mph.

With 181 hp, the 2020 Polaris Pro XP 4 is equipped with a larger turbo that creates even more boost. This results in snappier acceleration between 20 and 50 mph.

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Grab your wide-screen goggles and prepare for the ultimate 3-D thrill ride because Polaris just released the all-new 2020 RZR Pro XP 4 side-by-side. That’s right, the biggest super-sport UTV that Polaris has ever built will feature a 180-hp turbocharged 999cc engine with a 125-inch wheelbase, and the best suspension the company has ever deployed on a four-seater. If you are looking for a way to melt your friends’ minds, then click play on the video below and prepare to spend another 30 grand because you have little or no self-control when it comes to buying new toys.

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As if the regular XP 4 wasn’t good enough, the new Pro XP 4 features a passenger compartment with 4 inches more shoulder room, 3 inches more legroom, and an elevated rear passenger viewing area that is intended to make the ride experience even better for the folks in back. But, wait, there’s more…

For the first time ever seen in a side-by-side, the rear seats fold down to create a huge additional 16 cubic feet of cargo area behind the front seats. This is huge for anyone who has embraced the sport-UTV lifestyle. Sure, you can drive your General to your favorite hunting or camping spot, but you can also drive your Pro XP 4 and have a thrilling back-up plan in case you get skunked or your partner gets bored of playing Parcheesi. The storage area looks big enough for a week’s worth of camping gear, maybe a couple of trophy bucks, even a bear, if that’s your thing. No matter what gets your motor running, the Pro XP 4 is going to supply the high-horsepower energy to make your time in the wild a memorable one.

The RZR Pro XP 4 Ultimate features a new calibration for its Dynamix system. Paired with upgraded Fox 2.5 Live Valve shocks, the Dynamix 2.0 is easy to operate via the steering-wheel-mounted controls.

The RZR Pro XP 4 Ultimate features a new calibration for its Dynamix system. Paired with upgraded Fox 2.5 Live Valve shocks, the Dynamix 2.0 is easy to operate via the steering-wheel-mounted controls.

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“Industry standards were shattered with the introduction of the RZR Pro XP platform, and to continue that trend, we’re excited to introduce an all-new standard for four-seat performance side-by-sides,” explains Chris Musso, president of Off Road for Polaris. “Of course the driver is at the heart of all the action, but we saw an opportunity to revolutionize the four-seat category with thoughtful design aimed toward passengers. The Pro XP 4 delivers on this without sacrificing any of the industry-leading performance or durability riders expect from the RZR Pro class.”


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The Pro XP 4 are equipped with 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore II tires, the largest to come standard on a machine of this size.

The Pro XP 4 are equipped with 30-inch Maxxis Carnivore II tires, the largest to come standard on a machine of this size.

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When it comes to driver and passenger comfort the Pro XP delivers the goods. It starts with the proven dual A-arm front suspension and trailing arm rear suspension. Both the base-model Pro XP 4 and Pro XP 4 Premium versions are equipped with Walker Evans adjustable shocks while the Pro XP 4 Ultimate is equipped with electronically controlled Dynamix 2.0 and Fox Podium 2.5 Live Valve shocks; they all have 22 inches of travel. The Dynamix system controls are now located on the steering wheel for the ultimate on-the-fly suspension adjustability too.

Based on the RZR Pro XP, this new four-seater keeps the driver at the center of everything thanks to a lower seating position with improved adjustability and a new interior design layout that provides

Based on the RZR Pro XP, this new four-seater keeps the driver at the center of everything thanks to a lower seating position with improved adjustability and a new interior design layout that provides even better ergonomics. 

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Beyond the suspension, some additional comfort comes courtesy of the trick bucket seats, retractable four-point belts, and a revised interior that, like we mentioned earlier, has more room for three passengers and offers an amazing view of the road ahead. From the driver’s point of view the Pro XP 4 provides a driving experience that is simply amazing. The base and Premium models come with a slick dual analog instrument cluster while the Ultimate package in particular includes the 7-inch Ride Command infotainment system as well as the 400-watt Rockford Fosgate sound system. Every RZR that has been produced to date has set the bar a little higher and we have no reason to expect anything less from Polaris this time.


Related: Polaris Unveils The 2019 RZR XP 4 TURBO S


The Pro XP 4 is designed to offer an amazing ride in the front and back seats. Elevated rear seating offers the best field of view in the business while an extra 4 inches of shoulder room and 3 inches

The Pro XP 4 is designed to offer an amazing ride in the front and back seats. Elevated rear seating offers the best field of view in the business while an extra 4 inches of shoulder room and 3 inches of legroom make the ride even better.

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If you have any doubt, remember that the awesome acceleration and outright performance come courtesy of the proven 999cc parallel-twin engine that is now equipped with a larger turbo and tuning that improves the Pro XP 4 midrange and throttle response in the 20–50 mph range. Harnessing all of those 180 ponies is an upgraded transmission, CVT, and drive axle platform that is supposed to be better and more durable than ever. Polaris claims the transmission is “39 percent more durable” and the front drive unit is “three times stronger” than anything it has previously designed.

Pricing for the RZR Pro XP 4 starts at $25,699, while the Pro XP Premium starts at $27,999 and the Pro XP Ultimate at $32,299.

Pricing for the RZR Pro XP 4 starts at $25,699, while the Pro XP Premium starts at $27,999 and the Pro XP Ultimate at $32,299.

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We have been a fan of the four-seat UTV for more than a decade now and it is impressive how Polaris continues to expand on the concept. What better way to share the OHV experience than to have three of your friends or family members along with you. Between the balls-out horsepower, vastly improved suspension, and no-compromise passenger accommodations the new Pro XP 4 is destined to be a success in the eyes of both consumers and Polaris bean counters alike.

The Pro XP 4 is complete with dash storage and a latching center console, but the big news is the industry’s first rear “fold-flat” storage. The back seats of the Pro XP 4 Premium and Ultimate models

The Pro XP 4 is complete with dash storage and a latching center console, but the big news is the industry’s first rear “fold-flat” storage. The back seats of the Pro XP 4 Premium and Ultimate models fold down, creating a large storage behind the front seats.

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2020 Polaris RZR Pro XP 4 Specifications

PRICE $25,699; $27,999 Pro XP Premium; $32,299 Pro XP Ultimate
ENGINE Turbocharged 925cc, DOHC, 4-stroke twin-cylinder
BORE x STROKE 80.0 x 49.7mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 13.3:1
FUEL DELIVERY Dual-stage electronic fuel injection
TRANSMISSION/FINAL DRIVE Automatic PVT
FRAME Steel Tube
FRONT SUSPENSION High-clearance dual A-arms w/ stabilizer bar and 20-in. usable travel, 17-in. wheel travel w/ 2-in. Walker Evans Needle w/ 16-position adjustable
REAR SUSPENSION Trailing arm and high-clearance radius rods w/ stabilizer bar and 22-in. usable travel, 20-in. wheel travel w/ 2.5-in. Walker Evans Needle w/ 16-position adjustable
BRAKES 4-wheel hydraulic disc w/ dual-bore XL front and dual-bore rear calipers
WHEELS Cast aluminum; 14 x 6 in. front / 14 x 7 in. rear
TIRES 30 x 10-14 Maxxis Carnivore II; 8-ply rated
WHEELBASE 125.0 in.
SEAT HEIGHT 32.4 in.
FUEL CAPACITY 13.0 gal.
CLAIMED DRY WEIGHT 1,998 lb.; 2,026 lb. Premium; 2,044 lb. Ultimate
WARRANTY TBD
AVAILABLE TBD
CONTACT rzr.polaris.com/en-us/
The 2020 RZR Pro XP 4 is equipped with the same drivetrain utilized in the Pro XP. These new systems feature eight-time stronger axles.

The 2020 RZR Pro XP 4 is equipped with the same drivetrain utilized in the Pro XP. These new systems feature eight-time stronger axles.

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Each Pro XP 4 machine is equipped with front and rear half doors, adjustable sliding driver and passenger seats, 13-gallon fuel capacity, and a further improved rear passenger view.

Each Pro XP 4 machine is equipped with front and rear half doors, adjustable sliding driver and passenger seats, 13-gallon fuel capacity, and a further improved rear passenger view.

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The all-new 64-inch-wide Pro XP 4 models feature an industry-leading 22 inches of suspension travel.

The all-new 64-inch-wide Pro XP 4 models feature an industry-leading 22 inches of suspension travel.

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With a 125-inch wheelbase, the 2020 RZR Pro XP 4 is the longest RZR ever built.

With a 125-inch wheelbase, the 2020 RZR Pro XP 4 is the longest RZR ever built.

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