Polaris Unleashes A Heavily Upgraded, Best-In-Class 2021 RZR Trail SxS Lineup

Jan 14, 2021

Category: Rides

Since the launch of the RZR in 2008 (then known as the “Ranger RZR”), Polaris’ compact-yet-rugged UTVs have consistently lead the segment in terms of raw performance prowess and amenities. And for 2021, the Minnesota-based marque looks to maintain this trend with the release of the new Polaris 50” RZR Trail and 60” RZR Trail S.

Powered by a 75hp liquid-cooled fuel injected, double overhead cam ProStar 900 (875cc) twin-cylinder engine, both new Razors offer best-in-class ground clearance, suspension travel, turning radius, and power-to-weight ratio. The SxS’s exterior has been completely redesigned, and now sports a sharper and more aggressive appearance with new LED lighting front and back, while the inside’s been treated to new full doors, an adjustable steering wheel, a factory wraparound roll cage, interior accent lighting, and an integrated 7” glove-friendly touchscreen GPS-linked Ride Command display with a Rockford Fosgate sound system. Polaris is also offering a range of more than 25 new accessories that were developed specifically for the new RZR Trail range. Both offered in numerous trims and specs, the 2021 Polaris RZR Trail and RZR Trail S start at $13,999 and $15,299, respectively. For more information, you can check out the Polaris website linked below.

Purchase: $13,999+

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