2024 Polaris RZR XP Photo Gallery

A closer look at the brand-new 2024 Polaris RZR XP.

The 2024 Polaris RZR XP debuted today to replace Polaris’ beloved RZR XP 1000, the sport machine that made its bow in 2014 and set the tone for the sport UTV segment for the next decade. Completely redesigned from the chassis up, the RZR XP lineup is aimed at the average powersports enthusiast. Rather than go for all-out racing or rock-crawling supremacy, the RZR XP caters to those who seek long days on the trail and love planning and executing epic rides.

New bodywork covers a new one-piece chassis that cradles the redesigned and improved Polaris ProStar 2 1,000cc parallel-twin engine. The new mill is an evolution of the unit that powered the outgoing XP 1000, and is good for 114 ponies.Polaris
The RZR XP is aimed squarely at families and folks whose rides take them to cool places rather than focus on running the most technical trails.Polaris
For the first time, Polaris has been able to offer a fully sealed cab to RZR buyers, thanks to updates to the ROPS design that allow flat sealing surfaces.Polaris
The back seats are elevated, stadium-style, which helps give back-seat passengers a much clearer view of the trail ahead.Polaris
The 2024 Polaris RZR XP is available as a two- or four-door in three trims. The base Sport trim forgoes a roof panel and rides on 29-inch tires. The Premium and Ultimate trims get roof panels, stereos, and 30-inch tires. Polaris
Polaris said it focused on usability and durability with the new RZR XP, which included increasing the amount of interior storage space.Polaris
The RZR XP will launch in April with a robust aftermarket catalog ready and waiting. Polaris and ProArmor already have a huge number of accessories and upgrades available.Polaris
The 2024 RZR XP Ultimate gets Polaris’ fantastic Ride Command navigation software and a Rockford Fosgate Stage 1 stereo. Buyers can upgrade all the way up to a Stage 5 Rockford Fosgate in the accessory catalog.Polaris
The RZR XP has 14.5 inches of ground clearance and all trims rely on Walker Evans Needle shocks with 16 points of adjustment.Polaris
Polaris applied lessons from the Pro R and its utility lineup to strengthen clutching for the new XP.Polaris
Overall gearing in the new XP is lower than the outgoing model with an eye toward lowering load on the driveline, increasing belt durability, and lengthening service intervals.Polaris
To make servicing easier, the entire bed and rear bodywork pulls away to reveal the engine. There are also access panels in the skid plate and behind the seats to access the engine compartment.Polaris
Polaris claims it has doubled oil change intervals, thanks to increased oil capacity and improved engine head cooling.Polaris
Polaris hasn’t revealed any plans for future performance upgrades to the XP lineup, but it’s positioned in a key market segment that caters to people who want off-road ability without terrifying peak horsepower.Polaris
We cannot wait to get our hands on one of these.Polaris

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