Polaris Unveils 2010 Snowmobiles

Publish Date: 
Mar 9, 2009

LAST MONTH, we showed you Polaris’ 2010 Rush snowmobile. Well, late last week the company unveiled the remainder of its sled line for the upcoming season.

Available models include the 800 IQ, 600 IQ, 600 IQ Shift, 550 IQ Shift, 800 Switchback, 600 Switchback, 600 LX, Turbo LX, FST IQ Touring, 600 IQ Touring, Trail Touring, Widetrak IQ, Widetrak LX, 800 Assault RMK, 800 RMK 155, 800 RMK 144, 600 RMK 155, 600 RMK 144 and the Trail RMK.

Highlights, aside from the 600 Rush, include the all-new 600 LX and Turbo LX Crossover models and the 600 WideTrak IQ utility model.

Performance
The Performance segment features six IQ models, including the 600 Rush. Five of these models are powered by the Liberty 600 and 800 HO Cleanfire engines. The segment includes two Dragon IQ models that have premium Walker Evans shock packages and special equipment designed to enhance a rider’s snowmobiling experience.

Crossover
Also powered by Liberty 600 and 800 HO engines with Cleanfire Injection, the new 600 LX and Turbo LX receive the 136 Coupled rear suspension and offer electric start, 12V Accessory outlet, a higher windshield, storage bags, mirrors and distinctive LX graphics.

Deep Snow
The 2010 IQ RMK Deep Snow segment features five models powered by the Liberty 800 HO Cleanfire engine. The 800 Assault RMK was created specifically for freestyle and backcountry riders.

Touring & Utility
The 2010 Touring and Utility models are versatile long-track sleds. Two of the three Touring models are built on the IQ Chassis and have the IQ 136" Comfort rear suspension. Features like 2-up pillow seating, adjustable backrests, electric start and heated passenger handgrips increase long-haul comfort. The three-model Utility lineup includes the new 600 WideTrak IQ, powered by the Liberty 600 HO Cleanfire engine and outfitted with numerous utility features.

Youth
Finally, for young riders, the 120 Dragon has a key ignition and safeguard systems that stop the engine if the rider walks away from the sled or the hood is opened. It also looks just like a “grown-up” Dragon with its independent front suspension and sharp-looking Dragon graphics. (Continued)