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WHICH IS THE BETTER ROCKER, MUDDER?
Rocks are Arctic Cat’s domain,
while mud is Polaris’. The softer LTD
shocks and full-time 4WD give it better
traction in extreme rock crawling once
you get used to the quicker CVT
engagement, and it has slightly more
ground clearance ( 13 inches versus 12. 5
inches). The longer wheelbase also helps
it get up ledges better, but the RZR S
has 27-inch GBC Dirt Commanders
compared to the Sport Cat’s 26-inch
Carlisle Trail Pros. We like the taller
GBCs in mud, and the RZR S has a
clear advantage in power and torque,
plus a 40+ mph low range for mud.
We’d like to see a High Lifter S 900 and
Sport Mud Pro 700 in 2016.
WHAT ABOUT TRAIL COMFORT?
Pure Polaris. While the Wildcat
has a more secure-feeling seating
position, especially for rock crawling,
our experienced and beginner UTV
The RZR S has tilt steering and a padded steering wheel, but the
gauge has an analog speedometer and smaller fuel-level bar, range and
2WD/4WD indicators, clock and trip meter. It also has icons for hot
engine, low oil, no seat belt, and mph or kph modes. The passenger T-bar
is comfortable and adjustable, and the range selector is more positive.
The Wildcat Sport also has tilt steering and the EPS unit inside the
cab. The multi-function gauge has a big fuel-level bar, 2WD/4WD
and range indicators, speedometer and trip meter, or you can monitor
temperature or revs. Seating is a full 3 inches lower than on the RZR,
and the seats can be removed for use as camp chairs.
enthusiasts preferred the S 900 seats for
comfort and security. While the Sport LTD’s
full doors offer more security, testers preferred
the RZR doors and large latch button. We
broke the latch on the right Sport Cat door.
It’s also easier to get in and out of the Polaris,
and the XP1K-based cabin offers more elbow
room and an adjustable passenger T-bar. It
also has a larger glove box with a latching
lid, more storage space, adjustable seats
and no-chafe three-point seat belts. The floor
drains and LED-lit floor are nice too.