Find the perfect Polaris Snowmobile for your riding needs and style.
Quick, tool-less adjustment and increased stability can be converted for solo riding into a comfortable solo seat with a new, more comfortable backrest and covered storage compartment.
Your passenger can easily select hi-low or off with a conveniently located rocker switch. In addition, the passenger hand holds are adjustable for rider comfort. Hand gauntlets offer added wind and debris protection.
Adjustable, 5-position steering post allows you to move the bars to your preferred feel for two-up riding on smooth trails, solo riding on the fire roads and most everything in between.
Dash mounted 12v outlet allows you to easily add a GPS or other 12v powered equipment. While the bar mounted RCA plug allows you to easily hook up your heated shield and stay fog-free when you’re on the trails.
The turbo-charged 750cc 4-stroke is clean, efficient and quiet, and it serves up outstanding power for solo or 2-up touring. The compact, quick-spooling turbo is designed to overboost 30% for the first 4 seconds for excellent initial acceleration.
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My moment of terrain domination came back in December 2009. That April, my ...more
My moment of terrain domination came back in December 2009. That April, my mother passed away from an instant heart attack. At the time, I was a freshman at college supporting myself financially and basically left alone after her passing. I have been riding nothing but Indy’s since I was three years old. My first sled I bought was a 1999 Polaris Indy XC 700. Snowmobiling was the only thing that allowed me to leave every worry behind. At such a young age, it really hit me hard being on my own. I had to sell my snowmobile that year to help pay for expenses of my mother’s as well as mine. The moment of domination I experienced was on my last ride and thinking about all the good memories my mom and I shared. I still have not dominated the terrain since but I am worthy because I represent what a pure Polaris rider is all about and have done so with class. My mother would want me to keep riding but my priorities are holding me back. Let me show the world what true Indy rider is all about.
- Matthew J. Eau Claire, WI