The 2020 Polaris snowmobile lineup is here

Polaris’s INDY snowmobile is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020.
Polaris’s INDY snowmobile is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020. Photo courtesy Polaris

The 2020 Polaris snowmobile lineup has arrived. As expected, there are a variety of sleds available to satisfy whatever you desire for the upcoming season. One of Polaris’s finest sleds is hitting a historic milestone this year. Take a look at the INDY as it celebrates 40 years on the market, and let us know which sled has you most excited by voting at the bottom of the page.

TITAN. Polaris TITAN models are the world’s most-capable crossover sleds as they have 20-inch-wide high-flotation tracks, impressive cargo and towing capacity to tackle big jobs, electric start, reverse, and a high-performance attitude that makes them incredibly fun to ride.
TITAN. Polaris TITAN models are the world’s most-capable crossover sleds as they have 20-inch-wide high-flotation tracks, impressive cargo and towing capacity to tackle big jobs, electric start, reverse, and a high-performance attitude that makes them incredibly fun to ride. Photo courtesy Polaris
RUSH PRO-S. For trail riders who demand the ultimate cornering and handling, the sleds of choice are the 2020 RUSH PRO-S models. They feature the AXYS Chassis with premium suspension and shocks, unrivaled acceleration and rider-centric comfort. These sleds are available with a choice of engines, including the 600 Cleanfire, the 800 Cleanfire H.O. and, exclusively through SnowCheck, the Polaris 850 Patriot.
RUSH PRO-S. For trail riders who demand the ultimate cornering and handling, the sleds of choice are the 2020 RUSH PRO-S models. They feature the AXYS Chassis with premium suspension and shocks, unrivaled acceleration and rider-centric comfort. These sleds are available with a choice of engines, including the 600 Cleanfire, the 800 Cleanfire H.O. and, exclusively through SnowCheck, the Polaris 850 Patriot. Photo courtesy Polaris
RMK EVO. The RMK EVO is the perfect fit for new off-trail riders. It is designed to put a rider comfortably in control to help them develop skills and confidence. The sled has a 144-inch track for off-trail traction and flotation and a 550 fan-cooled engine with just the right power for a new rider. An accessory EVOlution Kit is available to increase suspension travel and access more power from the 550 engine as a rider’s confidence grows.
RMK EVO. The RMK EVO is the perfect fit for new off-trail riders. It is designed to put a rider comfortably in control to help them develop skills and confidence. The sled has a 144-inch track for off-trail traction and flotation and a 550 fan-cooled engine with just the right power for a new rider. An accessory EVOlution Kit is available to increase suspension travel and access more power from the 550 engine as a rider’s confidence grows. Photo courtesy Polaris
INDY XC. The 1980 lineup was the first with production models featuring the Polaris IFS (Independent Front Suspension) that revolutionized snowmobile riding and handling. It’s fitting that in the 40th anniversary year of the INDY model name, several outstanding new INDY models make their debut to deliver the legendary performance and ultimate versatility for which the INDY name is known.

For extreme performance trail riders, the 2020 INDY lineup includes the new INDY XCR, a durable, race-proven model with the next-generation PRO-CC Rear Suspension and premium Walker Evans shocks. This new model features numerous race-proven components and is the new choice for riders who want to dominate tough terrain at high speeds. It is available with the 600, 800 or 850 engine.

In February, Chris Olds and Mike Morgan rode a pair of 600 INDY XC models to victory in the 3,182-kilometre-long (1,977-mile-long) Iron Dog cross-country race across unforgiving Alaskan terrain. The sleds were so reliable that the racers didn’t have to do any service work at the midway point. At the finish line, Olds said of the sleds, “They’re still good to go.”
INDY XC. The 1980 lineup was the first with production models featuring the Polaris IFS (Independent Front Suspension) that revolutionized snowmobile riding and handling. It’s fitting that in the 40th anniversary year of the INDY model name, several outstanding new INDY models make their debut to deliver the legendary performance and ultimate versatility for which the INDY name is known. For extreme performance trail riders, the 2020 INDY lineup includes the new INDY XCR, a durable, race-proven model with the next-generation PRO-CC Rear Suspension and premium Walker Evans shocks. This new model features numerous race-proven components and is the new choice for riders who want to dominate tough terrain at high speeds. It is available with the 600, 800 or 850 engine. In February, Chris Olds and Mike Morgan rode a pair of 600 INDY XC models to victory in the 3,182-kilometre-long (1,977-mile-long) Iron Dog cross-country race across unforgiving Alaskan terrain. The sleds were so reliable that the racers didn’t have to do any service work at the midway point. At the finish line, Olds said of the sleds, “They’re still good to go.” Photo courtesy Polaris
 

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