The narrower 50-inch RZR Trail is only available with a 75 hp, 900cc twin-cylinder engine. There's 11 inches of ground clearance thanks in part to the standard 26-inch tires, and Polaris says the tiny RZR offers up to 10 inches of suspension travel. The engine and gearbox are carryovers from the previous generation, but the new, more aggressive bodywork now includes full doors to keep mud and debris out of the cabin, and the updated roll cage delivers more headroom than before. The RZR Trail now comes standard with an adjustable steering wheel, which should make long days on the trail a little more comfortable. The 2021 RZR Trail is available in three trims: Sport, Premium, and Ultimate. That last one comes with the company's brilliant Ride Command infotainment system, as well as a Rockford Fosgate stereo.