2021 Polaris Model Lineup Preview – Lots of Changes!

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The 2021 Polaris model lineup update includes the RZR, Ranger, General and Sportsman

Andre traveled to Minnesota to have a look at the updated 2021 Polaris model lineup. Located in Wyoming, MN near Polaris Industries proving grounds, we get a brief look at the whole shebang.

Sportsman

Beginning with the Sportsman ATV, the base model (which starts around $6,400) is the lowest entry price vehicle for Polaris. Despite the lower price, this ATV has had significant updates. The most notable updates is the EPS steering system and new accessories.

Ranger

The Polaris Ranger UTV has a new front end design with new LED headlights. Larger tires in various sizes are available, as are new accessories. The front end suspension has been beefed up and the clutches have been updated.

General

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Along with the rest of the 2021 Polaris model lineup, the mid-level General UTV gets enhancements as well. The General Pursuit is notable as it’s specifically set up for hunters. Along with its rugged capability and hunting theme design, it has a two-level rear rack for game and a dedicated rifle container. It also has a revised suspension and beefier under components. The Base model General has a maximum payload of 600 lbs.

Base price for the Polaris General is about $16,000.

RZR / Pro XP RZR / Turbo S

According to Polaris, the improvements to the RZR and Pro XP RZR have been based on customer input. There is now a fully inclosed cockpit options with a variety of windshields available. New storage compartments, underside (shock) armor and styling updates as well.

Those are the basics, but Polaris is hinting at a lot of new product coming in the near future. In this video Andre gives you a brief glimpse of all of the aforementioned vehicles – hinting at what you’re about to see.

Enjoy the video!

Easily amused by anything with four wheels, Nathan Adlen reviews vehicles from the cheapest to the most prestigious. Wrecking yards, dealer lots, garages, racetracks, professional automotive testing and automotive journalism - Nathan has experienced a wide range of the automotive spectrum. Brought up in the California car culture and educated in theater, childhood education, film, journalism and history, Nathan now lives with his family in Denver, CO. His words, good humor and video are enjoyed worldwide.