Polaris Announces New Updates for Popular UTV Models In 2024

Eli Madero
by Eli Madero

After unveiling the biggest and baddest working-class UTV in the industry, new updates were also announced for other popular UTV models.

On the heels of the debut of the Extreme Duty RANGER XD 1500, Polaris unveiled its lineup of other popular 2024 UTV models that are getting upgrades for the new year. From simple add-ons of popular items from the accessory catalog to new suspension packages, the Polaris RZR, General, and RANGER are getting some welcome upgrades that will make many consumers very happy. It's not just the UTVs getting upgrades for the new year either, since the popular Sportsman ATV will get its fair share of upgrades as well.

General 1000

It's hard not to be a fan of the Polaris General. It's a machine that is capable of taking on tough trails while still being tough enough to handle work duties on your property. For 2024, Polaris focused on the standard 1000cc General by offering it with a new premium trim package. To provide another level of style, performance, and comfort the General 1000 Premium comes equipped with 14" wheels wrapped in 27" Maxxis Coronado tires, FOX® Podium QS3® shocks, and LED headlights complete with accent trim lights and LED taillights. The star of the show is the FOX® shocks, which feature soft, medium, and firm suspension settings that are easily changed with the turn of a knob at each corner to provide a smooth ride over any terrain.

For 2024, Polaris added a Premium model to the General 1000 lineup with features like larger tires, LED headlights and adjustable FOX® shocks.

The new General 1000 Premium is only offered in Volcanic Orange, while the standard model is available in Ghost Gray with prices starting at $17,499. If you're looking for even more features than what the General 1000 Premium has to offer, you always have the General XP 1000 lineup that have features like low-profile sport bumpers, larger tires, Rockford Fosgate premium sound systems, and Polaris' signature Ride Command infomation center. While the General 1000 XP Sport is only available in Ghost Gray, the two and four-seat models of the General 1000 XP Premium and Ultimate are available in Matte Silver Quartz and Polaris Blue with prices starting at $24,499.

While the General Xp 1000 lineup didn't get any notable changes for the year, the Premium and Ultimate packages are available in the new Matte Silver Quartz and Polaris Blue.


When you have the best selling sport SxS brand, you have to constantly improve on what you have to keep your customers happy and that is something that Polaris never forgets. Across the board, the RZR lineup get fresh new colors like the Storm Blue on the Sport models of the RZR Trail and Trail S, and Storm Blue w/ White Lightning you'll find on the Ultimage trim package. New upgrades for 2024 that you'll find on these models are the upgraded steering wheel and LED headlights with LED accent trims and electronic power steering. In the way of suspension upgrades, the Trail S Sport will now come from the factory with ZF Sachs shocks and the Trail S Ultimate will now come equipped with Walker Evans Racing® shocks, which if you recall is a company that Polaris just acquired.

For the new year, the RZR Trail and Trail S are even more capable and comfortable with the upgraded electronic power steering.

If you're a fan of the RZR Pro XP Sport and Premium models, don't think that these models were left out of the upgrade chain. Just like the RZR Trail S Ultimate, these UTVs will also come equipped with the Walker Evans Racing® shocks. The RZR Pro XP Ultimate will continue to come with the top of the line FOX® Live Valve shocks with DYNAMIX active suspension. As for colors, the RZR XP 1000 Sport is available in White Lightning, while the Premium is available in Matte Titanium/ Onyx Black, and the Ultimate in either Indy Red or Matte Titanium/ Onyx Black with prices starting at $20,999 and two or four-seat options. If you're in the market for a RZR Pro XP, you'll have your option of Ghost Gray on the Sport or Super Graphite on the Premium or Ultimate trims with prices starting at $24,599.

The RZR Pro XP didn't really get anything new for 2024, but it's still a tried and true platform.

Last but not least, the Polaris RZR Pro R and Turbo R remain unchanged aside from fresh new colors for 2024. The RZR Pro R Ultimate is available in Matte Onyx Black w, Lifted Lime accents or Matte Heavy Metal, while the Premium is offered in Matte Heavy Metal. If you're looking to the the RZR Turbo R, you'll have the options of Velocity Blue with Green Burst accents or Military Tan with Orange Bursts accents with prices starting at $24,599 and availability in two or four-seat options.

The already dominant RZR Turbo R and Pro R lineup didn't get anything other than a new selection of colors for the new year.

RANGER and Ride Command+

Even after launching the Extreme Duty RANGER XD 1500, the existing RANGER models weren't ignored. The RANGER SP 570 not only gets new color options, but the NorthStar Edition will now come with special tailgate badging and new 25" Pro Armotr X-Terrain Tires for increased durability.

Upgrades for the new year aren't limited to machines as Polaris' RIDE COMMAND+ Information Center also gets improvements for the new year. The system now features location alerts that act as a security of sorts by alerting the owner if the machine has been moved from its last location or bumped in any way, which is an industry first.

If you've ever used Polaris' RIDE COMMAND system, you know it's hard to beat with features that allow you to follow pre-programmed trails, see other RIDE COMMAND users, and now an integrated security system.

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