Polaris's side-by-side off-road vehicles offer independent front and rear suspension, power steering, all-wheel drive, turbocharged engines and seating for up to six. Polaris's two lines of side-by-sides are the sport-oriented RZR models and the utility-oriented Ranger models. On Polaris's website, customers can view a full catalog of the company's side-by-sides; locate nearby dealers; and build, price and send side-by-side designs to their nearest Polaris dealers to receive an official quote and begin the purchasing process.
Polaris Ranger models vary from the two-seat ETX, which has 31 horsepower and a 1,000-pound payload, to the four-seat CREW diesel, which boasts a six-person capacity, 1,750-pound payload and Kohler diesel engine.
Polaris's RZR line of side-by-sides is divided into trail and high-performance models. The trail models range from the 45-horsepower, two-person RZR 570, which has a 750-pound payload, to the 75-horsepower, two-person RZR 900 EPS XC Edition, which possesses FOX performance shocks, 12.5 inches of ground clearance and cast aluminum wheels. The high-performance models include the two-person RZR S 900, which has 75 horsepower, 13.2 inches of rear suspension travel and 27-inch tires, and the two-person RZR XP Turbo EPS, which has a 144-horsepower, turbocharged engine alongside FOX internal bypass shocks and 13.5 inches of ground clearance.