A new Polaris vehicle comes with a Limited Warranty. The warranty covers components of your vehicle against defects in material or workmanship. It covers parts and labor charges for repair or replacement of defective parts and begins on the date of purchase by the original retail purchaser. The warranty is transferable to another owner during the warranty period through a Polaris Dealer, but any transfer will not extend the original length of the warranty.
The length of the factory warranty varies from vehicle to vehicle. For the specifics of your vehicle's factory warranty, follow the links below:
ACE Warranty Basics
ATV Warranty Basics
GEM Warranty Basics
GENERAL Warranty Basics
Indian Motorcycle Warranty Basics
Polaris Power Generator Warranty Basics
Polaris Snowmobiles Warranty Basics
RANGER Warranty Basics
RZR Warranty Basics
Slingshot Warranty Basics
Timbersled Warranty Basics
Polaris owners also have the option to purchase a Polaris Protection Plan or Indian Motorcycle Protection Plan. A Protection Plan is an extended service agreement that extends the mechanical and electrical coverage on your vehicle. The price of a Protection Plan varies based on vehicle model and term length. For a personal quote or more information, see your dealer or visit www.ProtectMyPolaris.com or www.ProtectMyIndianMotorcycle.com.
More information on the warranties for service parts, apparel and accessories can be found by reading the Polaris Parts, Apparel and Accessory Warranty and Indian Motorcycle Parts, Apparel and Accessory Warranty.
For more on the warranty policy for your GEM battery, read GEM Battery Warranty Policies.