Polaris introduced latest version of the original RZR platform.

Polaris introduced latest version of the original RZR platform. The 2021 RZR Trail is 50-inches wide and can still fit down those narrow ATV trails it was originally intended for. Three narrow versions are available; Sport, Premium and Ultimate.

These are all powered by the proven, 75 HP ProStar 900cc, 4-Stroke, DOHC, twin cylinder, EFI engine, equipped with engine braking system (EBS). The Trail S Sport also uses this powerplant. Full doors are found on the entire Trail line enclosing the new cockpit and dash. Up front the new layout has a smaller steering wheel, new electronic appointments and storage galore starting at $13,399.

2021 Polaris RZR TRAIL 900 Premium

The blue Premium ($15,499) is equipped with EPS, LED aluminum rims, faster steering and color matched seats.

The RZR Trail Ultimate ($16,999) trim gets you, Ride Command a roof, turf mode, gray bodywork and Fox 2.0 podium shocks.

The 2021 Polaris RZR Trail S model stands 10″ wider overall with slightly wider A-arms and more travel. The 60” RZR Trail S has two power options: the 900 Sport ($15,299) is powered by a 75 HP ProStar, 900cc, 4-Stroke, DOHC, twin cylinder, EFI engine, while the RZR Trail S 1000 Premium ($17,299) and Ultimate ($18,999) trims are powered by the 100 HP, ProStar, 1000cc twin.

All three models are also equipped with EBS. The chassis of the RZR Trail S shares a 79” wheelbase,  with 12.5” of ground clearance achieved by the 27” tires and 12.25” F/13.2” R of suspension travel out of Fox Podium shocks on the Sport while the other two get Walker Evans needle valve shocks. It is also equipped with a 1.25” hitch receiver with a 1,500 LB rating.

The updated cockpit is enhanced in the 2021 Polaris RZR Trail S as it features bowed doors giving both passengers more outside shoulder room.

Like with the narrower car, the Trail S gives you more features with each version. The Sport, gets you going with aluminum wheels but it does not have LED lights or EPS.

When you step up to Premium, you get a blue color, faster steering, 2″ Walker Evans needle shocks and color matched blue seats. The gray Ultimate features Ride Command, a Rockford Fosgate audio system and a plastic roof to cover up that new radius roll cage. (atv)