Are you saying there might be specific models towards rocks and trails, and mud, and dunes. Or just turbo. 72 wide turbo and non turbo?I imagine the current XP / XPT platform is on it's last leg, but the Pro chassis definitely isn't going anywhere. You'll see an NA model in that chassis, and a 72"+ version, the PXP IS the new RZR. 2020 was more of a soft release for the chassis design before they put all the models into full production on that chassis.
I more just saying what I think the logical next step is, I’m not sure what they’ll do as far as special models. I do expect an NA model in the PXP chassis tho.Are you saying there might be specific models towards rocks and trails, and mud, and dunes. Or just turbo. 72 wide turbo and non turbo?
The pro is not NA. They are all Turbo. The next step is a 4 cylinder and incresed electronic suspensions and 72" models. They are nowhere near a performance peak. They are on the cusp of huge innovations.I believe The XP1K is the best selling sport SxS on the market. Hard to believe Polaris would ditch that. I don't see the appeal of a NA Pro over the current XP1K. Yes, it's a stronger chassis with better suspension geometry, but it adds a lot of weight and is gawd-awful ugly. I don't see the Pro going anywhere, but the pricing would have to come way down to get most into that chassis. Especially when the trail/S/XP chassis are so good. I'm still more excited for a narrower (65") KRX than anything coming from Polaris. It's kinda hard to tell where any of the manufacturers go from here. They've kinda hit a performance peak. I'd say you'll see lots of "luxury" and refinement in current units over radical redesigns for a while.
Lol. I’m well aware the Pro is only offered with one engine, a turbo. I was responding to those speculating on a NA Pro being offered. As far as performance, yes, there is always room for improvement, but the current offerings will perform beyond acceptable levels for the vast majority of buyers. I personally think there was a fork in the road with the introduction of the Turbo S and X3(72”). There are machines that are trail-oriented (basically SxS ATVs), and there are machines that are striving to be miniature trophy trucks. There is some overlap, but it’s almost splitting into two different markets. The chassis are all good enough where you can do almost anything with them using the aftermarket.The pro is not NA. They are all Turbo. The next step is a 4 cylinder and incresed electronic suspensions and 72" models. They are nowhere near a performance peak. They are on the cusp of huge innovations.
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