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All 2015 Models
3.99% for 36 months or 6.99% for 72 months*

and of course the small print:
Offer subject to credit approval. Offer may not be combined with any other offers, is subject to change and may be extended or terminated without further notice. Offer valid on new 2015 Polaris Slingshot models only. Terms up to 72 months available for purchases based on credit approval criteria. Fixed APR of 3.99% or 6.99% will apply depending on terms and credit. . An example of monthly payments required on a 36-month term at 3.99% APR is $29.52 per $1,000 financed. An example of monthly payments required on a 72-month term at 6.99% APR is $17.04 per $1,000 financed. See participating retailers for complete offer details and conditions. Offer ends December 31, 2014.
 

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All 2015 Models
3.99% for 36 months or 6.99% for 72 months*

and of course the small print:
Offer subject to credit approval. Offer may not be combined with any other offers, is subject to change and may be extended or terminated without further notice. Offer valid on new 2015 Polaris Slingshot models only. Terms up to 72 months available for purchases based on credit approval criteria. Fixed APR of 3.99% or 6.99% will apply depending on terms and credit. . An example of monthly payments required on a 36-month term at 3.99% APR is $29.52 per $1,000 financed. An example of monthly payments required on a 72-month term at 6.99% APR is $17.04 per $1,000 financed. See participating retailers for complete offer details and conditions. Offer ends December 31, 2014.
I think that Polaris should have a better deal on interest if we have a great credit rating and already own a Polaris product
 

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There are better deals out there through your local credit union

With a 730 or better credit score Sunmark CU is offering 3.9% for 60 months And 4.2% for 72 Months

If you have good credit Play the games, If not do what you got to do to get your hands on a slingshot
 

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There are better deals out there through your local credit union

With a 730 or better credit score Sunmark CU is offering 3.9% for 60 months And 4.2% for 72 Months

If you have good credit Play the games, If not do what you got to do to get your hands on a slingshot
I found a local bank here in AZ that has motorcycle rates the same as their auto rates. Below is the info they gave me for "Great"credit. (720 and above, I believe she said)

36 month - 2.74%
48 and 60 month - 2.94%

They also do a .25% off if you have a checking account with them and auto pay on the loan.
 

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I found a local bank here in AZ that has motorcycle rates the same as their auto rates. Below is the info they gave me for "Great"credit. (720 and above, I believe she said)

36 month - 2.74%
48 and 60 month - 2.94%

They also do a .25% off if you have a checking account with them and auto pay on the loan.

That's good stuff TravAZ, post your bank and their rates.

The more we make these people compete with each other The better deals we will get for all of us.
 

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Sunmark Federal Credit Union
Albany, NY
518) 382-0605

With 730 or better Credit score

2.29% 36 or 48 months

2.39% for 60 months
 

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There are better deals out there through your local credit union

With a 730 or better credit score Sunmark CU is offering 3.9% for 60 months And 4.2% for 72 Months

If you have good credit Play the games, If not do what you got to do to get your hands on a slingshot
WOW, MY FAVORITE CREDIT UNION IS NUTS.

They talking 7.39 - 14.00, but 2.9 for a car loan.
 

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Hopefully Slo's response is an anomaly. I'm not financing but I figured I'd check with my bank (been with them for 15 years or so).

With a downpayment of 10k on a 22k bike, I was quoted 2.98%. It actually got me thinking about leaving funds in my toy account....
 

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go for the longer term and make BIG payments or pay it off early. if for some reason you have an emergency you will be ahead of pay schedule and can afford to skip as many payments as needed. 2) probably carry back 3k for the 60. I think it's good for the credit rating and ur using their money very cheaply.
3) use your 1.5% cash back credit card. then refi at your credit union for that 2. something. $20,000x1.5%=$300.00 cash back. just some ideas
 
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