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Video: First look The Newly Launched Polaris Slingshot

Video: First look The Newly Launched Polaris Slingshot

Polaris has recently unveiled the Slingshot recently in the International market. Don’t get too surprised by the overall look of this three wheeler because it sits perfectly somewhere between a car and a motorcycle. The Slingshot has no roof actually and many auto enthusiasts might also think that this three wheeler looks much close to a KTM X Bow the only difference being that the Slingshot only has three wheels.

This fun machine is powered by a 2.4-liter, Ecotec four-cylinder engine which produces about 173 hp of peak power and 166 LB-FT of torque. Although the performance figures aren’t out yet but expect the Slingshot to hot the 100 km/h mark in less than 5 seconds. The entire cockpit is weather proof so keep it in the open just like a motorcycle and it wont damage the cockpit or the instruments. The interesting thing about the Slingshot is that the cockpit comes loaded with a entertainment system which is impressive. It even has a front windscreen which is very useful when you are driving this vehicle at high speeds.

As I already mentioned above the Polaris Slingshot is a fun machine enjoy this video and find out all the details about this new vehicle from Polaris and leave your comments below.

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Polaris launches the RZR XP 900 in India

Polaris launches the RZR XP 900 in India

The American manufacturer Polaris who are one of the most renowned all Terrain Vehicle (ATV) manufacturer set foot in the Indian soil 2 years ago, recently they have launched another product the RZR XP 900. Polaris who are well known all over the world for their high performance and capable off- road vehicles has launched this new ATV which is known for its superb off road performance and strong built structure which can handle anything that comes in its way.

The RZR XP 900 is powered by a 2-cylinder, 875cc, four-stroke engine that generates 88 hp of maximum power and is mated to an automatic transmission which transfers the power to all 4 wheels equally.

The concept of off -road vehicles is not yet popular here in our Indian market. People are still unaware of what exactly this vehicles do in real life environment and situation. So Polaris is trying hard to aware people about the capabilities of this off-road vehicles and thus they have opened Polaris Riders stop and Polaris experience zones, where they can demostrate people about the off road capabilities of this vehicles.

The Polaris RZR XP 900 which is the latest addition to the Polaris lineup of India has been priced at Rs.24,50,000 and will be available across all the 14 dealerships. Lets only hope that Polaris will be able to create some sort of influence on the Indian people and sell their expensive ATV’s in India.

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