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2008 Polaris Ranger RZR (Razor) Sneak Peak

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2008 Polaris Ranger RZR (Razor) see pics below....

At 50 inches wide, the Ranger RZR is the only trail capable side-by-side in its class.

At 945 lbs, it is the lightest side-by-side with the lowest cage height, compared to its competitors, which ensures true trail accessibility.

The Ranger RZR has a true all-wheel drive (AWD) system that automatically engages when the rider needs more forward traction and reverts back to 2WD automatically when AWD is no longer needed.

The RZR has a patented design that places the engine behind the seat giving the RZR the lowest center of gravity of all the sport side-by-sides.

Riders sit at least seven inches lower than they would in competitive side-by-side vehicles for unparalleled handling and performance.

The Ranger RZR has nine inches of travel in the front, 9.5 inches in the rear and 10 inches of ground clearance with double A-arm front suspension with an exclusive, front anti-sway bar and a rolled independent rear suspension (IRS).

The Ranger RZR also sports the best ergonomics in its class, including tilt steering, and adjustable hand rails and seats.

The RZR is powered by a liquid-cooled, even-firing Polaris Big Bore 800 Twin EFI engine making it the fastest accelerating side-by-side with the highest horsepower in its class; accelerating to 35 MPH in four seconds, and topping out at 55 MPH.

The RZR comes with a cargo bed rated for 300 lbs with 12 tie-down points, 1500 lb. towing capacity, under-hood storage and a myriad of PURE Polaris accessories including Lock & Ride, cabs and cargo systems, you have all the utility you need.

Offered in green and red, RANGER RZR will be available at Polaris dealerships in early summer, with a MSRP of $9,999.00

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