Polaris has introduced two new 2018 models to its off-road lineup, including the Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix edition and the limited edition Polaris ACE 150 EFI.
2018 RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix Edition
The new RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix Edition serves as the newest member of the Dynamix family. With seating for four, the new vehicle features all the innovation found on the RZR XP Turbo Dynamix Edition, including the revolutionary Ride Command.
The RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix Edition includes RZR Dynamix Active Suspension, the Ride Command 7-inch display with rear camera, and an all-new, 900-watt charging system that improves battery charging and allows for additional accessory electrical loads.
“RZR’s Dynamix Active Suspension is intelligent enough to monitor critical driver and vehicle inputs 200 times per second,” said Craig Scanlon, chief retail and marketing officer, Polaris Off-Road Vehicles. “The system continuously adjusts each individual shock on-the-fly and is so dynamic that instead of having to choose between a plush ride or performance, riders get the best of both.”
Whether the vehicle is cornering, braking, accelerating, changing speeds or airborne, the system adjusts the suspension for the best response to driver inputs and terrain. These continuous changes give riders more performance without sacrificing a comfortable ride.
In addition to the real-time adjustments by the system, drivers control the suspension’s baseline settings by selecting their preferred riding style and Dynamix adjusts from there:
- Comfort: Designed for cruising around and eliminating the small chatter.
- Sport: Blends performance and comfort for ultimate high-speed handling.
- Firm: Cranks all four shocks to max stiffness for the firmest suspension in the industry. Designed for extreme encounters and severe terrain.
RZR Dynamix’s real-time adjustments come to life through the revolutionary RIDE COMMAND system. The glove-touch, weather-resistant, 7-inch display indicates the suspension control system status – including compression dampening, selected mode, g-force, pedal position, steering angle, brake status and diagnostics – allowing riders to visualize the real-time control.
The RZR XP 4 Turbo Dynamix Edition comes in Black Pearl and will be available in dealerships in early December with a $28,499 US MSRP.
Limited Edition Polaris ACE 150 EFI
Polaris also announced that its popular single-seat Polaris ACE 150 EFI will be available in a new, race-inspired limited edition model.
The new ACE 150 EFI LE maintains all of the features that made the ACE 150 EFI a top-choice for youth 10 years old and older – a 150cc, electronic fuel injected (EFI) engine with four speed-limit modes, adjustable seat, tilt steering, 6 inches of rear suspension travel, 9-inches of ground clearance and large 22-inch tires – and adds several new, exciting features for the trail. The ACE 150 EFI LE features color-matched components including: springs, A-arms, slider bars, the protective cage, and front and rear bumper. Each vehicle also sports an individually numbered race plate.
The ACE 150 EFI LE comes standard with LED daytime running lights, seatbelt, side nets, whip flag and parking brake. Also provided is a training video explaining safe vehicle operation and a color-matched, DOT-approved helmet to reinforce the importance of always wearing proper safety gear.
The Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE joins Polaris’ expansive youth lineup with vehicles available for children six to 14 years old. The line-up includes the Phoenix 200, Outlaw and Sportsman 110 EFI, Outlaw 50, RZR 170 EFI and ACE 150 EFI. The new Polaris ACE 150 EFI LE retails for $3,999 and is expected to arrive in dealerships in early November.