Imagine zipping through the dunes, caroming off sand hills and rocks, before finally vaulting off a ramp and flying for a few seconds before crashing to the ground, all with the precision control of Mad Max as he outmaneuvers The Nightrider. Now stop imagining. The newest Polaris model boasts a frame that can sustain even the bumpiest of rides, thanks to its top-notch suspension: 16 inches in the front, 18 inches in the back, with Walker Evans needle shocks to further buffer the turbulence. Plus, you can basically customize any part, and choose between "White Lightning" and "Titanium Matte Metallic" for its base color, ensuring that your dune buggy will send the right message to rival ATV gangs.
It’s a bit pricey at $20,000 and up — but there's no doubt it's worth it as you kick the living daylight out of Mother Earth.