Polaris introduced the Desert Edition RZR XP 1000 (tested December 2014) for 2015, but it didn’t return for 2016, despite the fact that the Desert LE was perfectly suited for eastern conditions with its 30-inch tires on beadlock wheels, high-clearance A-arms and link rods, bumpers, and nerf bars. We spotted two High Lifter Edition RZRs
at 2016 rock-crawling jamborees in Utah, so it’s great to see Polaris introduce the 2017 RZR XP 1000 Gold Matte
Metallic EPS LE, the first factory-equipped rock-crawler limited edition. The Gold Matte LE is its official name, because
what we call “rock crawling” in the desert Southwest is called “trail riding” in the east, where nearly every trail is infested
with limestone boulders and ledges at Brimstone Recreation, Windrock Park, Hatfield-McCoy and other riding areas.
RZR XP 1000
Industry-first rock-crawler limited edition
GOLD MATTE METALLIC EPS LE