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2022 POLARIS RZR PRO R DETAILS | New model showroom | News | Vehicles

Polaris have finally launched their latest RZR offering after months of leaks and teasers and the 2022 Pro R will revolutionise the SxS game.

Polaris are often seen as the market leader in the side-by-side game. They have the biggest range of side-by-side vehicles and the most sophisticated tech.

But before we started hearing whispers of what Polaris had in store for us next we never thought a manufacturer would deliver a production vehicle of this calibre. Forget saving up for that $500,000 trophy truck or buggy, just buy the 2022 RZR Pro R.

The RZR Pro R features the most powerful engine ever put into a stock side-by-side—a naturally aspirated 2.0L, four-cylinder motor that puts out 225 horsepower. This makes it the new leader in off-road power.

But it’s not just a new engine, a one-piece chassis coupled with a fully-welded roll cage, strengthened unitized hubs, and massive boxed steel A-arms provide even more strength.

In addition, both RZR Pro R and RZR Turbo R receive the industry’s widest stance at 74 inches, and the most dynamic and sophisticated suspension ever designed by Polaris with all-new DYNAMIX DV, an intuitive system that utilizes input from the vehicle and terrain to continuously optimize rebound and compression damping.

Designed completely from the ground up, the RZR Pro R now has the most powerful engine ever put in a stock side-by-side. The naturally aspirated ProStar Fury 2.0L, four-cylinder engine pumps out a whopping 225 horsepower and, coupled with a larger clutch and belt for better cooling and drive, delivers power to the ground better than any RZR before it. It has three user selectable throttle control modes—Sport, Rock, Race— which adjust throttle sensitivity.

The new motor is the jewel in the RZR crown but Polaris didn’t just dump a new motor in the old chassis. They needed to make sure the chassis matched the power of the new motor and did this with a new chassis and roll cage design, and drastically upgraded suspension components.

RZR Pro R features a one-piece chassis coupled with a fully welded one-piece roll cage, massive boxed steel A-arms, and enhanced driveline shafts and knuckles. Dual Path Clutch Cooling breathes longer life into belts, and a new torque limiter helps protect the front drive from power surges. Unitized hubs bring added durability and simplify maintenance.

The bigger chassis requires bigger suspension. The wide 74-inch stance is coupled with MaxLink 29-inch suspension. It runs the patented thru-arm rear toe link to help manage the massive travel. All-new DYNAMIX DV offers the industry’s first and only independent compression and rebound suspension system, allowing users to get the full range of motion out of the shocks.

It also includes four new suspension and steering modes that monitor inputs from driver and machine 200 times per second, automatically adjusting compression and rebound damping independently to make the ride as smooth as possible and keep the wheels in contact with the ground.

The Pro R also gets all the top-of-the-line tech too with the innovative RIDE COMMAND system which tracks everything from suspension mode monitoring and entertainment to GPS and route tracking, right at your fingertips.

The Turbo R will be available in 2 and 4 seats from April 2022 for $53,495 and $56,495 respectively. They will be in limited numbers so Polaris Australia and New Zealand have changed the way you will have to pre orders. For more detail and to find your closest dealer check out the Polaris Australia website and if you’re in New Zealand head to Polaris New Zealand.