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THUMB-2014-RZR-1000-Polaris-7-29-13Since the introduction of the RZR 800 for Model Year 2008, Polaris has defined and led the recreational side-by-side market. Since that first launch, the company has consistently introduced models with unmatched performance which are highly sought after by off-road enthusiasts. RZR side-by-sides are the gold standard in recreational vehicles due to their ultimate combination of power, suspension and agility for trail, high performance and multi-passenger recreation. Today, Polaris announces the launch of a RZR beyond compare, the 2014 RZR XP 1000!

The new RZR XP 1000 brings significant innovations to each of the hallmark Power, Suspension and Agility aspects of RZR.  PLUS, the RZR XP 1000 adds an entirely new level of interior comfort and accessory customization to give riders the premium features they deserve.

Specifically built for the pinnacle of extreme performance, an all-new Polaris ProStarâ„¢ 1000 engine provides an industry-leading 107 horsepower with a true 999ccs of displacement, making it the most powerful and largest engine in its class.

2013-rzr_xp_900_7-23-13Although information on 2014 Polaris models was not to be released to the public until next week, Off-Road.com sister site ATV.com uncovered information about a potential new RZR that could be a 2014 model. What’s notable is its industry-leading horsepower figures.

According to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) figures releases earlier this month, Polaris’ new RZR XP 1000 and XP 4 1000 will produce a whopping 107 horsepower from the 999cc engine that will power the units. We assume this will be a 2014 model, but we don’t have confirmation from Polaris since they have not released any information on 2014 units. As ATV.com notes regarding the U.S. EPA test figures, “Power output was listed at 80 kilowatts, which translates to a whopping 107 horsepower.”

Note: The images included in this post are of the 2013 models. No official information has been released from Polaris regarding its 2014 units at present.