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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This is the first year I've owned a Polaris sled. I had owned Ski-Doo brand...more
This is the first year I've owned a Polaris sled. I had owned Ski-Doo brands, but I decided to buy a second hand '93 Classic single seat in November. It looked like it was in good shape, needed a few fixes, some cosmetic improvements, nothing major. My prior snowmobiles were just something to get around on, but now I had the time/money to make this one look and feel how I wanted it. I replaced old idler wheels, added a new windshield, bar hooks, studded the track, added some coloured trim, and made many other improvements. It's the first sled I've actually been proud of, and the first one I truly feel is mine. They say the first year you buy a new sled you barely get any snow - well that was the case this year. We only had one good month in PEI, but for the few hours I spent on the trails I put 50+ hours in the garage working on it. In the future when I decide upgrade to a new Polaris, I'll be keeping my '93. I'd never get a price to make up for the time and effort put into MY Indy.
- Matt P. Charlottetown, PE