The 2014 RZR S 800 is $12,699, while EPS LE versions come
in White Lightning or Stealth Black for $14,999. RZR S 800s
come with 26-inch Bighorn 2.0 rubber this year.
The Scrambler XP 850 H.O. base model is Indy Red with Sachs shocks
($9,499), while the EPS LE is Voodoo Blue with Fox Podium X piggyback
shocks sporting adjustable compression damping and LED headlights for
$11,999. Travel is 9 inches in front and 10.25 out back.
Only the extreme-performance Sportsman XP 850 H.O. ($9,999) and 550 ($8,699)
come with EBS and Polaris’ Active Descent Control (ADC), and new suspension geometry
from the Scrambler smooth out the ride. Base XP 850s are Sunset Red, Magnetic
Metallic or PPC, while the EPS LE comes in Pearl White or Browning PPC ($10,999).
Polaris only offers the RZR 4 800 in the Stealth Black
and VooDoo Blue EPS LE with 26-inch Maxxis Bighorn
2.0 tires. No RZR 800 or 900 gets EBS/ADC, as those
features are only an option on the RZR 570 Trail LE.
All new for 2014, the Sportsman 570 replaces the value-menu 500 with a
rubber-mounted ProStar 570 DOHC engine, MacPherson strut front suspension
and IRS. It also has a new front rack with a steel exoskeleton, a larger 4.6-gallon
gas tank and a new stator with 40 percent more output. Base models are Indy Red, Sage Green
($6,499) or Polaris Pursuit Camo ($6,899), while the EPS LE is Sage Green, PPC or Bright White.
The value-menu Sportsman 800 H.O. ($7,499) returns in Blue Fire or Sage Green with
MacPherson strut front suspension and IRS. The Sportsman 400 H.O. also returns with the same colors
as the 800, and the Southeast Edition 400 is Sage Green with steel racks and a lowered center of gravity.