Next Generation, 2024 Polaris RZR XP
Posted by David Crowley on Mar 11th 2023
Just recently announced, the new 2024 Polaris RZR XP succeeds the Polaris RZR XP1000 series which has been around since 2014 while providing a few updates. The new model will simply be called ‘RZR XP’ and won’t have a ‘Turbo’ option. Pre-2024 models were available as the RZR XP1000 (now replaced with RZR XP) and RZR XP Turbo (replaced by RZR Pro XP).
The updates done by Polaris to the vehicle appear varied –– including an all-new 114-horsepower engine, a new seating configuration that provides for a sportier driving position with increased leg room as well as improved passenger sight lines, and a redesigned and stronger chassis and driveline. Nonetheless, Shock Therapy expects many of our existing RZR parts to bolt right on without modification, including FOX RC2 shocks, which is a huge shock upgrade from the OEM Walker Evans needle shocks.
All trim levels will come with Walker Evans shocks and our Dual-Rate Spring Kits and Ride-Improvement System will be available soon after release.
Despite never compromising on research, testing, and development, we expect a quick turn around on parts availability for the new 2024 Polaris RZR XP models including Limit Straps, Sway Bar Links and Tie Rods.
Shipping to dealers in April, RZR XP is available in two and four-seat configurations in three trims: Sport, Premium, and Ultimate.