Polaris Off Road has given its 2020 General XP 1000 some upgraded features, making it one of the most functional and best adventure crossovers the company has ever built. Available in both two- and four-seat models with 100 horsepower, a wider stance, and more ground clearance, this is a machine you’ll be comfortable being in all day long.
The highlights? The General XP 1000 (and the XP 4 1000) is outfitted with more aggressive styling that distributes horsepower to its 30-inch Pro Armor Crawler tires, while offering 13.5-inch class-leading ground clearance to negotiate even the toughest terrain in the Back 40 or the backcountry. Improved long-travel suspension delivers a smoother, faster ride. These machines are also fitted with high clearance A-arms, the Polaris Pro HD 4,500-pound winch, and the Sport Low-Profile Bumper.
The 64-inch, one-piece chassis improves strength without compromising agility, and premium Walker Evans Velocity Shocks deliver higher resistance to bottoming out — all to give customers more control and a much smoother ride. It’s also equipped with new long-distance LED headlights that draw less power but provide an even brighter view of the ground ahead. Furthermore, the machines are outfitted with redesigned, high-coverage fender flares to block debris and mud from riders, while adding some flair of style to the body.
Not enough for you? Here’s where a little bit more green gets you a lot more goods: The XP 1000 is available with the Ride Command Factory Choice package to deliver the best infotainment system in the off-road industry. With a seven-inch, glove-touch display, the Ride Command package comes standard with Rockford Fosgate Stage 4 Audio, the industry’s first tuned and factory-installed 400W stage 4 system with four speakers and subwoofer kit.
The General XP 1000 lineup is available in all-new Matte Navy Blue and a Glossy Stealth Grey starting at $22,999, while the General XP 4 1000 begins at $24,999. These machines will begin shipping in October.