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2014 Polaris RZR XP 1000 ATV: Ridin’ Dirty

by Range
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A step up from traditional ATVs, this dune buggy (aka “sport UTV”) from Polaris will let you go pretty much anywhere you please. You’ll have the benefit of almost car-like behavior in something that was meant to scale dunes in the desert.

polaris rzr xp 1000 dune buggy photo

The Polaris RZR XP 1000 comes with a 1000cc engine that delivers 107 hp. Its peak torque is delivered at 3500 RPM, so you’ll be speeding ahead of your buddies, no matter what they are driving. The RZR XP 1000 comes with dual-piston calipers and 248mm ventilated disc brakes on each of its wheels.

polaris rzr xp 1000 dune buggy in action photo

If you are looking for something with a bit more power and versatility in the off-road market, then this Polaris was meant for you. It sells for $19,999(USD).

polaris rzr xp 1000 dune buggy range photo

And if you want to see what the XP1000 can do when fully tricked out, check out this customized version, called the XP1K:

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Comments (3):

  1. Polaris Parts Shop says:

    The 2014 Polaris RZR looks awesome! Thanks for sharing and check out our website http://www.polarispartsshop.com, it is a work in progress!

  2. Polaris Power House says:

    Polaris certainly stepped it up with the 2014 RZR! Great post, check out our site for more on Polaris vehicles: http://www.polarispowerhouse.com/

  3. jc says:

    I have a new xp 1000 and it is very nose heavy when trying to jump. Can anyone tell me how to set it up where it will land flat instead of on its nose. Thanks

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