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Polaris has dropped details on its new 2018 models, and the biggest news is the addition of a new adaptive suspension system available for the RZR XP. 

The new RZR XP DYNAMIX Edition uses a set of FOX 2.5 Podium Live Valve shocks with Bottom-Out Control to give it a ride which is constantly adjusting itself on the fly. More than 200 inputs are taken in every second by an ECU which can then change the stiffness of the suspension to accommodate the situation.

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Using the RZR’s Ride Command system powered by a seven-inch touchscreen, riders will also have access to three settings for the suspension: comfort, sport and firm. Comfort allows for cruising and eating up bumps, while sport is a blended mode which offers comfort and solid high-speed handling. In firm, Polaris says that this is the firmest suspension in the industry.

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A number of parameters will also be displayed for the driver on the touchscreen including the amount of compression damping, g-forces, pedal position, steering angle, brake status, and diagnostics. The screen also displays the RZR’s standard front and rear camera views.

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Providing power for the RZR XP DYNAMIX is a turbocharged, twin-cylinder 925cc engine making 168 horsepower, while stopping power comes from four-wheel hydraulic disk brakes. Ground clearance is set at 13.5-inches, while wheel travel measures 16-inches in the front and 18 inches in the rear, giving those adjustable shocks a lot to play with.

A new 900-watt charging system that improves charging and allows for better accessory integration has also been added for the 2018 model year.

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The new DYNAMIX edition also lays claim to another accolade: the most expensive RZR yet. In the United States, this new model will retail at $25,999, while in Canada it sells for $32,499. But don’t worry, some other RZR models are becoming cheaper. The RZR XP Turbo EPS with FOX Internal Bypass shocks now sells for $22,499, while the RXR XP 1000 EPS is also cheaper, sitting at $17,999. Another new RZR model has also arrived, the RZR XP Turbo EPS with Walker Evans shocks which will sell for $19,999.

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As for accessories, there are plenty of new ones for the RZR this year. A new 10-inch ADAPT LED light bar and a larger 32-inch light bar are now available from Rigid Industries, while several new wheel and tire options are available from Pro Armor.

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