2022 POLARIS RZR PRO AND TURBO R AT A GLANCE | New model showroom | News | Technology | Vehicles
Here's a quick recap of all the good stuff in the all-new Polaris RZR Turbo and Pro R. It's loaded with fresh features.
Interested to know more about what Polaris have in store for their top-of-the-line RZRs? Check out our full run down here and if you want to see them in action, watch the official launch
There’s loads of new gear on the Polaris RZR Pro R but if you don’t have time for the full rundown, here’s what it’s packing at a glance.
- 225 Horsepower – The naturally-aspirated, 2.0L, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled and fuel-injected ProStar Fury is the biggest engine ever put in a stock side-by-side, and it’s cooler running, well balanced and reliable.
- Instant Power Delivery – A larger clutch and belt take the power from the revolutionary ProStar Fury 2.0L engine and deliver it to the ground.
- Selectable Throttle Control – Select from one of three throttle control modes (Sport, Rock, Race) to adjust throttle sensitivity.
- Stronger Driveline – The shafts and knuckles in the RZR Pro R are stronger than ever before and a new torque limiter helps protect the front drive from sudden surges during power-on landings.
- Dual Path Clutch Cooling – Totally redesigned air flow system minimizes heat for a longer belt life.
- Robust Components – A one-piece chassis coupled with a fully-welded roll cage, strengthened hubs, and massive boxed steel A-arms provide increased rigidity, durability and strength in all conditions.
- 74-Inch Stance – Polaris’s widest stance yet. The MaxLink 29-inch suspension with rear toe link soaks keeps the 32-inch Maxxis® Rampage Fury tires planted.
- DYNAMIX DV – Four new suspension and steering modes that monitor inputs from driver and machine hundreds of times every second and automatically adjust compression and rebound damping independently.
- Suspension to Stay Planted – Fully boxed steel front A-arms with three-piece stabilizer bars and FOX® 3.0 Live Valve X2 Internal Bypass shocks provide 27 inches of travel up front, while stout, boxed trailing arms with patented rear toe link, high-clearance radius rods, three-piece stabilizer bar and another set of FOX® 3.0 Live Valve X2 Internal Bypass shocks offer 29 inches of usable travel in the rear.
- Own the Experience – RIDE COMMAND allows you to keep track of the ride group with GPS technology, monitoring suspension and ride settings, or setting the playlist to blast through the Rockford Fosgate® audio system. Fold-flat storage and bolstered bucket seats with four-way adjustability and multi-point harnesses.
- Stopping Power – 4-wheel hydraulic discs with triple-bore front and dual-bore rear calipers and aluminum top hat rotors.
The Polaris RZR Turbo R didn’t miss out on the new gear either. Here’s a quick look at the Turbo beast and what customers will get.
- 181 Horsepower – Powering RZR Turbo R is a factory-installed turbo engine, there same as the power plant found in the 2021 Turbo S.
- Low-End Power Delivery – RZR Turbo R has a lower low gear that offers plenty of torque at low RPM.
- One-Piece Chassis – The one-piece chassis is built to last.
- Boxed Steel Suspension Componentry – RZR Turbo R is engineered with boxed front dual A-arms and a massive suspension system.
- Strengthened Components – A strengthened roll cage and unitized hubs, combined with a one-piece chassis, offer more strength.
- 74″ Wide Stance – The widest stance RZR offered coupled with the revolutionary MaxLink 28” Suspension system.
- Optimized Wheelbase – With a 96-inch wheelbase on the 2-seat and 125-inch on the 4-seat.
- DYNAMIX DV – Just as with the RZR Pro, the RZR Turbo R conquers any terrain with four new suspension and steering modes that monitor inputs from driver and machine hundreds of times every second and automatically adjust compression and rebound damping independently.
- 28″ Of Usable Travel – The revolutionary MaxLink 28” Suspension system attaches the front shocks directly to the lower arms, allowing for the use of longer shocks delivering a massive 27 inches of travel in the front and 28 inches in the rear, while patented rear toe link is used in the rear.
- Refinement and Rideability – RIDE COMMAND and Rockford Fosgate® audio, coupled with fold-flat storage and bolstered bucket seats with four-way adjustability and multi-point harnesses improve comfort and safety.
- Stopping Power – 4-wheel hydraulic discs with triple-bore front and dual-bore rear calipers and aluminum top hat rotors make for stronger brakes.