Bold Three-Wheeled Roadster Available for a Limited Time
MINNEAPOLIS (May 3, 2016) – Polaris Slingshot is excited to introduce the most exclusive vehicle yet to its lineup, the Blue Fire SL Limited Edition. The vehicle is currently available, in limited quantities, at Polaris Slingshot dealers nationwide.
Polaris Slingshot has listened to its customers and is offering the most requested color to date – Blue Fire, with a first-from-the-factory White Lightning muscle stripes. The new Limited Edition has all the features of the fully loaded SL trim level, plus premium metallic Blue Fire paint, powder-coated White Lighting accents, an interior LED lighting kit and a tinted Ripper Series Wind Deflector.
“We are excited to release the newest edition to the Slingshot lineup in a color consumers are demanding,” said Craig Scanlon, vice president of Slingshot. “With this vehicle being released during peak riding season, we expect an unprecedented demand. Quantities are limited so don’t wait.”
The unique Slingshot experience includes:
• A low, wide stance, allowing drivers to feel the rush of pavement under the seat
• An open-air cockpit for a 360-degree rush of sight, sound and smell
• A shared riding experience, giving the driver and passenger a front-row shot of adrenaline
• Optimized weight distribution and proprietary low-profile tires for maximum cornering
• A lightweight design for powerful acceleration
Slingshot Trim Levels:
Slingshot is offered in three distinct trim levels for a limited time only. The base Slingshot has a starting U.S. MSRP of only $21,499 and features Gloss Black paint, 17-inch lightweight alloy wheels up front and an 18-inch rear wheel. The premium Slingshot SL, with a starting U.S. MSRP of only $25,499, features either Red Pearl or Turbo Silver paint, larger 18-inch cast aluminum wheels up front and a 20-inch rear wheel, as...
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