The Polaris RZR 900 is an off-road utility vehicle. Its design and engineering are based on rugged materials that are ideal for rough and rocky terrain. The 900 has an automatic-locking front differential and a selectable 2WD/4WD system. It stays in 2WD until rear-wheel slip is detected, then shifts into 4WD automatically and with minimal steering effort. The system is capable of moving the RZR’s 1176-pound weight with ease. It also pulls just as hard as bigger machines.
The RZR 900 is one of the fastest trail-legal UTVs available. Its 75-horsepower engine is packed into a lightweight chassis, which delivers unbeatable acceleration. It can accelerate from zero to 40 mph in 3.76 seconds. It also offers unbeatable safety and comfort.
Polaris has recently issued a recall for their RZR 900 model due to thermal incidents. Millions of dollars have been paid out as a result of these incidents. In addition to the recalls, the company is still faced with lawsuits from people who have been injured in RZR 900s.
The RZR 900 is available with either a 100 hp or 75-horsepower parallel twin engine. It comes with a PVT continuously variable transmission with True On-Demand 2WD/AWD transfer case. Its suspension is adjustable with low and high range and features anti-rattle bushings.
The RZR 900’s DOHC ProStar 875cc engine delivers 75 horsepower. This gives it the best power-to-weight ratio of any RZR model. It’s 6.1 horsepower per 100 pounds, which is 40 percent more than the RZR 800 S. It also weighs 151 pounds less than the XP1K and is faster and more responsive.
The cabin of the RZR 900 is similar to the RZR XP 1000’s, but it is more spacious. It has a 1-inch-longer wheelbase and a stiffer steering wheel. It also has a faster steering ratio and a tighter turning radius.
The RZR 900 starts at $12,999, and goes up to $17,299 for the EPS model. The Can-Am Maverick 1000 X xc DPS, on the other hand, costs $18,299 for non-EPS models.
The Polaris RZR 900 is a great all-around vehicle. It has a 50-inch chassis, which provides ten inches of true suspension travel and eleven inches of ground clearance. Its suspension geometry is race-inspired, with radius rods that extend deep into wheel hubs to maximize traction in the corners.