As off-road enthusiasts have increasingly looked to the aftermarket sector in recent years to modify their vehicles, more and more manufacturers have been prompted to develop heavily-upgraded versions of existing models that come outfitted with a host of performance parts right off the lot. And one of the latest machines to receive this up-specced treatment is the Polaris GENERAL XP 1000 side-by-side, which has been gifted a myriad of upgrades to bolster comfort and performance to create the Factory Custom Edition.
Built around Polaris’ 64” frame XP Sport platform, the GENERAL XP 1000 Factory Custom Edition’s offered in two and four-seat variants, both of which boast best-in-class suspension, a blacked-out high-output 11” Pro Armor light bar, front crash bars, and numerous other visual tweaks to more thoroughly lend the impression of a customized vehicle. Riding on Pro Armor HEXLR 15” Beadlock wheels shod in 30” tires, the model’s cloaked in a blue and matte titanium race livery while the color-matched interior gets a Rockford Fosgate Stage 4 audio system and a 10” subwoofer, and a touchscreen Ride Command GPS navigation system. Scheduled to hit dealerships by the end of the month, the Polaris GENERAL XP 1000 Factory Custom Edition starts at $25,999 for the two-seat model and $27,999 for the four-seat version.
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