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Polaris RZR Pro XP
“The Pro XP corners remarkably flat and floats over dips and crests. Even as I mash the throttle, stepping the tail out, there’s no sense of ‘I’m about to roll this thing.’ The suspension just chatters away, the tires hook up and I slingshot out of the bend and on to the next kink in the road.”
Polaris RZR Pro XP 4
“The new RZR Pro XP 4 is far from a child's plaything. This machine is built to tackle some of the toughest terrain on planet earth, and it can do it while hauling more people.”
Honda Talon 1000X
“The sudden forward weight transfer and springy front suspension make the Honda’s back end go light. You let the tail pitch around and once you’re pointed where you want to go, you blast the throttle. Up comes the nose and the machine wiggles itself straight, fulminating sand. Awesome.”
Honda Talon 1000R
“The 1000R uses (FOX) Podium 2.5 shocks with dual A-arms up front, but a four-link setup in the rear, and has remarkable travel: 17.7 inches in the front, and 20.1 in the rear. For perspective, a Ford F-150 Raptor's is 13 front and 13.9 rear.”
Can-Am Maverick X3 X Turbo RR
“The RC earns its spot at the top of the pile with extraordinarily long suspension travel – some 24 inches at the rear and 22 inches at the front on Fox 3.0 Podium RC2 shocks – and an impressive 16 inches of ground clearance for gnarly terrain work.”
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