The RUSH® PRO-S is for riders who want the ultimate in cornering and handling, and a sled that virtually eliminates stutter bumps.
The RUSH® PRO-X is for riders who want ultimate big bump control, are predominantly stand-up riders, and need to dominate ditches and moguls.
The AXYS® chassis features rider-balanced™ positioning and delivers unparalleled control in any terrain, made possible by:
The PRO-XC™ progressive-rate rear suspension allows the sled's pitch to be controlled by the suspension geometry, not the spring rate. This results in a flatter ride in the corners and stutter bumps and superior big-bump performance.
“It’s a powerhouse of a sled that stays planted and precise in the corners, PLUS it’s stout and capable through the heavy-hitter moguls”
“This is a well-balanced, quick-reacting snowmobile with just-right ergonomics and excellent handling that make it a thrill…”
“It feels like a wild horse. It just wants to go and keep going”
- Competitive Brand Owner
"It’s new, fast, and soooo smooth! True to its word the Rush 800 Pro-S dominates the trail!"
"The AXYS is a true blockbuster sled offering extremely low weight without compromising handling or ride - actually making incredible strides forward in both!""
The new Polaris AXYS sleds are freakin’ awesome. We admit it, they’re that good.
"Polaris began its AXYS weight reduction program with very broad strokes and re-wrote the former RUSH platform from the ground up."
"Polaris has rocked the snowmobile world with a completely new and way-revolutionary platform to replace the RUSH and Switchback 137. It's called the AXYS."
"For 2015 the DNA and revolutionary original concepts of the ProR Rush and Switchback models are definitely still present and recognizable, but the execution is 100% reengineered and 93% new."
"The 2015 Polaris Switchback, Rush and Switchback Adventure snowmobiles are more fun, easier to ride and all aspects of performance are superior."
"For those who appreciate agile-handling, 600 class trail sleds, it doesn't get any better than this."