The Top Polaris ATVs, UTVs, Sleds and Street Bikes of All-Time

Polaris Industries Baker's Dozen of Favorite machines

When the economy tanked a few years ago, Polaris was one of the few companies that continued to invest into new ideas and technology. It was gamble that certainly paid off. In addition to the great new products in their ATV, UTV, Victory Motorcycle, and snowmobile lines that materialized during that tumultuous time, Polaris also grew and expanded their portfolio into other brands like Indian motorcycles.

Polaris RZR XP 1000/RZR XP Turbo EPS

Polaris RZR XP 1000/RZR XP Turbo EPS: When the RZR XP 1000 arrived, it was better, more comfortable, and more powerful than the RZR XP 900 that came before it. This year, Polaris upped the ante again with the introduction of the RZR XP Turbo EPS. With 144HP, it is currently the most powerful UTV ever produced!

Polaris Scrambler

Old-School and New-School Polaris Scrambler: Back in the day, if you wanted a four-wheel drive that was also fun to drive, there were very few choices other than the original Polaris Scrambler 400 (a two-stroke) and the four-stroke 500. Now, Scrambler fanatics can choose between the twin cylinder 850 or 1000cc independent suspension models, also available with Electric Power Steering (EPS).

Polaris Ranger XP 900

Polaris Ranger XP 900: Very likely the machine that took serious work-duty UTV’s to the next level. The XP not only delivers incredible utility performance, this machine hauls the mail down the trails and is also really fun to drive. It’s both very comfortable and very capable.

Polaris Sportsman MV850 TerrainArmour Edition

Polaris Sportsman MV850 TerrainArmour Edition: Built on the civilian Sportsman chassis, the MV850 is about as tough of a machine as you’ll ever find. The TerrainArmour edition features Polaris’ air-less tires that completely eliminate the possibility of a flat tire.

Polaris Slingshot

Polaris Slingshot: The Slingshot is sort of like a car crossed with a motorcycle and sprinkled with some awesome-sauce. Powered by a GM derived 2.4L Ecotech four cylinder power plant and a five-speed manual transmission, this is a modern day version of MarioCart.

Polaris 800 Switchback Pro-X

Polaris 800 Switchback Pro-X: The Switchback is a hit for almost any type of rider, especially those looking for a crossover machine. A carbon fiber overstructure on its lightweight AXYS chassis, 800cc twin cylinder engine with electronically controlled exhaust valve really puts the power to the ground. With LED lights, digital display with bluetooth and GPS, and phenomenal shocks, this machine is designed for cold weather adventures.

Polaris Sportsman 850/1000

Polaris Sportsman 850/1000: We love the modern day Sportsman ATV for its power and comfort. Our favorites are the current 850 and 1000cc ATV’s. There is likely no machine more comfy than a Sportsman when the trail turns to terror.

Polaris RZR 800

Polaris RZR 800: The original RZR 800 is responsible for jump starting the UTV craze, as we know it. With two passenger capability, all-wheel drive, the simplicity of driving rather than riding, and the ability to access 50” trails, the RZR is by far one of the most important Polaris’ ever built.

Polaris Indian Chief Darkhorse

Polaris Indian Chief Darkhorse: This motorcycle is a piece of art. With the dark paint, blacked out engine, and voluptuous fender design, there’s almost nothing prettier on the road. Power comes from a 111 cubic inch Thunder Stroke twin cylinder running through a six speed transmission.

Polaris RZR XP 900

Polaris RZR XP 900: When the RZR XP 900 was released, I couldn’t believe my eyes. True long travel performance without the need to convert it with aftermarket equipment changed the UTV industry yet again. The ProStar 900 engine and transmission package also added a level of performance to the RZR line never before seen.

Polaris Dagor

Polaris Dagor: Most of us will never get the opportunity to drive a Dagor. But…rest assured that it’s helping to keep us all safe. Air transportable and capable of being dropped out of an airplane, the Dagor is all business. Powered by a diesel engine, the Dagor can handle up to nine passengers and is capable of handling a 48” weapons ring.

Polaris Victory Cross Country 8 Ball

Polaris Victory Cross Country 8 Ball: 106 cubic inches, 106 ft-lb of torque, and a six speed tranny throwing all of that V-twin power to the ground.

Polaris MRZR2 & MRZR4

Polaris MRZR2 & MRZR4: Like the Dagor, the MRZR2 and MRZR4 are military versions of the civilian RZR, but built to handle the abuse of the toughest men and women on earth. One of it’s coolest features is the tool-less collapsing roll-cage to minimize the space it takes up.