2018 Polaris RZR RS1

Feb 9, 2018

Category: Rides

We cannot think of a company more adept at building rugged trail-shredding side-by-side ATVs than Polaris. And while their catalogue is plenty impressive, it just got a little bit better with the addition of the new one-seater 2018 RZR RS1.

While we love hitting the trails in a side-by-side, the vehicle becomes a bit wobbly without a passenger beside you. To cope with that, the RZR RS1 was built specifically with single-riders in mind – offering a compact center-cockpit design that offers more stability, better terrain visibility, and a more immersive experience. It helps, too, that this AWD 4-wheeler is loaded with a 110-horsepower 999cc ProStar 1000 H.O. 4-Stroke DOHC Twin Cylinder engine and extreme terrain capability suspension – allowing you to blitz through the backcountry at blistering speeds. Best of all, this tiny titan sells starting at just $13,999.

Purchase: $13,999+

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