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Insanely Cool UTV Performance Polaris releases its 2020 RZR Pro XP Orange Madness LE With a bright orange color paint scheme you can’t miss out in the desert, Polaris’ RZR Pro XP Orange Madness is the company’s latest limited edition to enter into the market. Available in both two and four-passenger (XP4) the Pro XP Orange Madness is based on the same 64-inch width chassis as other RZR Pro XP models and features Polaris’ high-clearance dual A-arms in front, with trailing arms at the rear. Walker Evans Needle 2.0 16-position shocks are used in front while Walker Evans Needle 2.5, 16-position shocks are used in the rear. The combination provides 17-inches of wheel travel in the front, and 22-inches of travel at the rear to give the RZR Pro XP Orange Madness incredible off-road capability and ride comfort. XP models have a 96-inch wheelbase while XP4 models have a 125-inch wheelbase that provides tighter turning on XP models than the Polaris RZR SP Turbo. Both XP and XP4 models are outfitted with Maxxis 30x10 Carnivore tires mounted to 14x6 inch cast-aluminum wheels and four-wheel disc brakes with three-piston front, and two-piston calipers in the rear. The combination allows the Pro XP Orange Madness to handle any type of terrain, especially with its Isolated Xtreme Performance True On-Demand AWD/2WD drivetrain system and the 181 horsepower from its 925cc Turbo H.O. DOHC engine. Polaris’ Ride Command 7 Digital display in the Pro XP Orange Madness features built-in GPS, topographic mapping, Bluetooth, and USB smartphone connectivity. The system also includes AM/FM Weather radio and a Rockford Fosgate six-speaker system with a 400-watt amplifier. Driver and passenger sit in Bolster buckets seats with four-way adjustment and Click-6 harnesses. XP models have standard electronic steering with a telescoping steering wheel, while XP4 models include High Assist Electronic Power steering with Quick Turn Rack and a race-inspired steering wheel. Signature LED accent and headlights are included in the package and on XP4 models, the second-row seats can be folded flat for additional rear storage. Pricing for the Pro XP Orange Madness LE starts at $26,699 and $30,599 for XP4 models. SJ

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