Polaris introduced the 2022 RZR Pro R, which gains a 225-horsepower engine, a desert-ready suspension, and a surprising amount of tech.
Yeah......wonder if it needs a fuel pump?
2 place $32k 4-$36K....loaded KRX closes in on $30K and no turbo..Funny how they fail to mention pricing, or pricing unavailable.
Let me help out. $38k to well north of $44k. Insanity is taking over our sport. We'll be back on ATV's again before long.
I think the 1000cc limit is more of a agreement than a hard rule. It might end up as a quadracycle(sp?) which would allow it to be street legal in some places as well. Plus a good of states don’t really register SxS or even give out titles for them. Probably just end up registering it in Montana and be able to ride it on the road anywhere, like it should be.The ROV industry advocates state legislation to ensure safety among all drivers. You can learn the primary ROV safety components of the model law here.rohva.org
Any thoughts on how they are getting around the 1000cc limit for the recreational off highway vehicle legislation? And would the loophole keep it out of certain areas designated for ROV vehicles.
Not sure where you got your numbers from, but those are not for the new 225 HP 4 cylinder rzr's. I believe you are looking at the regular rzr pricing.2 place $32k 4-$36K....loaded KRX closes in on $30K and no turbo..
225hp NA...what a turbo in the future? Duners have to be happy....