Just purchased my first Kawasaki on black friday, a 2012 Teryx4 EPS CAMO edition. My wife and I were in the market for a four seater side by side for our family of four. We have two young girls ages 3 and 1 that love to ride. We originally went to the dealer with all intentions of either buying the Ranger Crew with EPS is Sandstone, or the RZR 4 LE with EPS. Our local dealer is a KTM, Polaris, and Kawasaki dealer. We were unaware the Teryx4 had just been released and that our dealer had just received a Camo EPS Teryx4. We really didn't like the orange/white color of the RZR 4 EPS and really thought it lacked passenger room so we decided to also look at the Ranger Crew EPS which was available and in stock in the Sandstone color. When we arrived at the dealership, Gary (owner) had both Polaris models by the the test track and said he wanted us to also drive the Teryx4 which was on display in the showroom. My wife and I took turns driving the Ranger Crew and the RZR 4 on the test track which was a very small oval with a few hills. We were not excited about either Polaris modesl. I am 6'2" and just shy of 200 lbs, and was very crammed in the back of the RZR 4 with my knees sticking out the sides of the front seat. The RZR 4 also seemed to lack any type of comfort features. The Ranger Crew had a lot of seating room and felt comfortable, but just wasn't as trail worthy as what we were looking for. Then out came Gary with the Camo EPS Teryx4, I think we were sold before we even test drove the unit. Seating was roomy and very comfortable and the cockpit seemed more refined then the RZR 4. The color alone sold it for me, camo or white/orange? The engine seemed more responsive and definitely more power then the crew and about the same if not more then the RZR. The Teryx4 has a shorter wheelbase then the RZR4, which is very noticeable and pleasing manuevering around the track. Kawasaki didn't just stretch out the original Teryx and add a backseat like polaris did with the RZR, and the quality of both units shows that Kawasaki put in the effort to manufacture a true four seater side by side. We actually ranked the RZR 4 at the bottom of our list. Maybe if we were a family of relatively short/little people looking for a ride to jump sand dunes we may have chosen the RZR 4. We shocked family and friends when we arrived home with our new Teryx4, since we went to test drive a Ranger Crew and RZR 4. Since we were bias originally to the RZR, and test drove both the RZR 4 and Teryx 4, I can honestly say the TERYX4 is an all around better machine.