We Ride Polaris' 2010 RZR 4 Robbie Gordon Edition Side-By-Side

Published in the September 2010 Issue News
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Polaris RZRJust because there's not much snow in the summer months doesn't mean there aren't any motorized ways to have a little fun. We've spent the summer ripping around in the all-new 2010 Polaris RZR 4 Robbie Gordon Edition side-by-side.

The 2010 Polaris RZR 4 is the industry's first four-seat performance side-by-side. It features a 55-horsepower four-stroke, high-output liquid-cooled 800 twin with EFI. A shaft-driven automatic PVT transmission features park, reverse, neutral, low and high gearing, with an On-Demand true AWD/2WD switch.

The Robbie Gordon Edition RZR 4 features Fox Podium X 2.0 piggyback shocks that are preload and compression-adjustable. The front suspension features chromoly A-arms and 12 inches of travel. The rear suspension is Rolled IRS with 12 inches of travel. The premium suspension is designed for desert racing and dune riding.

Big 26-inch Maxxis Bighorn tires on 12-inch aluminum 4-spoke Bruiser wheels handle the RZR 4's conversations with dirt and sand.

The four bucket seats are adjustable and feature seat belts. The driver gets a heel pocket for precise throttle control and tilt steering. The front passenger has an adjustable hand rail, while the rear seats have a fixed hand rail, with standard side nets all around.

Hydraulic disc brakes on all four corners--with dual-bore front calipers--give the RZR 4 precision stopping power.

A 103-inch wheelbase with 5-foot width make the RZR 4 a very stable and capable machine in a variety of terrain. The RZR 4 also has 11.5 inches of ground clearance and a dry weight of 1,255 lbs.

Check out the full line of Polaris UTV and ATVs at www.polarisindustries.com.

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