2019 Polaris RZR Review |

The 2019 Polaris RZR Review

2018 Polaris RZR 170Finding a tough and capable side by side to assist you with your outdoor workload, or a fun vehicle to head off on scenic adventures shouldn’t be too difficult. The 2019 Polaris RZR is one of the top choices for riders, racers, and workers in Zanesville, Thornville, and Cambridge. To give you a little insight, our team at Treadway Honda Suzuki Polaris is here to take a closer look and provide you with the important details to help you decide on the right ride.

Keep reading this 2019 RZR review to find out if this is the side by side for you!

2019 RZR Engine Specs & Performance

2019 Polaris RZRThe RZR S 900 comes equipped with an 875cc ProStar Liquid-Cooled 4-stroke twin cylinder engine that comes paired with an automatic PVT transmission. This engine can produce 75 horsepower and the RZR also includes the True OnDemand AWD/2WD drive system. The RZR 570 includes the 567cc ProStar 570 liquid-cooled 4-stroke single cylinder engine that can produce 45 horsepower. Both vehicles include the Electronic Fuel Injection, but the RZR S 900 exclusively features the engine braking system.

Suspension Components & Abilities

The RZR lineup includes some significant components with the undercarriage. The RZR S 900 includes the FOX® 2.0 Performance Podium shocks in the front and rear with a Dual A-Arm suspension in the front and a Dual A-Arm rear suspension with a stabilizer bar. The RZR 570 includes ZF Sachs front and rear shocks with Dual A-Arm suspension and stabilizer bars in both the front and rear of the vehicle.

Each of these side by side models can be fun to explore the varying terrain, but they can also be utilized for work with moving materials across sprawling properties. The RZR S 900 and 570 can each carry 740 pounds worth of payload and can tow 1,500 pounds.

Dimensions & Weight

2018 Polaris RZR 170The Polaris RZR S 900 and 570 each feature commanding body styles that offer a rugged and tactical appearance. The 570 is longer at 107.5 inches vs. the S 900, which rests at 106 inches long. The S 900 is wider at 60 inches while the 570 is 50 inches wide. The S 900 has a 79-inch wheelbase, which is two inches wider than the 570. The S 900 even has a larger ground clearance at 12.5 inches vs. the 10.5-inch ground clearance of the 570. In terms of weight, the S 900 weighs 1,204 pounds and the 570 weighs 996 pounds with all components and fluids.

Find Your 2019 Polaris RZR at Treadway Honda Suzuki Polaris

Now that you’ve got a little more details from this 2019 Polaris RZR review, you’re ready to make the decision on your next side by side. You saw what these varying models offer in terms of their size, performance, and abilities. However, if you’re looking for a better perspective, you may want to drop by our dealership for a visit and some experience in the driver’s seat.

Schedule a test drive at Treadway Honda Suzuki Polaris. We’re here to serve riders, racers, and workers all throughout Zanesville, Thornville, and Cambridge!