The RMX team around Olaf Schaberg and Andreas Rosenlöcher are very enthusiastic about the new Polaris RZR Turbo S, which recently arrived in daytime advertising: apart from convenience features such as a standard roof, on-board computer with 7-inch display, LED daytime running lights and taillights with a third brake light almost everything is reinforced and improved that could have been optimized on the ‘normal’ RZR Turbo.
Polaris RZR Turbo S: Specials
There is an electronic chassis that stabilizes when cornering and braking and offers increased ground clearance. The cooling of the variator has been improved, the top speed is restricted to 145 (!) Km / h. The longitudinal and wishbones are just as reinforced as the forged ones Rear wheel guides. At 188 cm, the RZR Turbo S is 8 cm wider than a Can-Am Maverick RS Turbo.
“Compared to the RZR 1000 XP, everything in the Turbo S is simply bigger and more valuable,” enthuses Andreas. “It is also much better processed than the previous models.” The Turbo S is around 10,000 euros more expensive than the normal 1000 XP. “In return, you get a huge vehicle with the best chassis in its class and lots of extras that leave hardly any space for tuning and accessories,” argues Andreas. “Adjusted for the equipment, the price of 35,970 euros is completely okay.” It goes without saying that ATV & QUAD will check these statements in the test. x
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