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There’s no company that has perfected the art of operating with a Midas Touch like Polaris Inc. The firm has managed to produce incredible machines including motorcycles, snowmobiles, side by side, neighborhood electric vehicles and ATVs. In 1954, the firm successfully managed to produce its first snowmobile. The process was overseen by David Johnson together with two other company employees namely Orlen Johnson and Paul Knochenmus. Edger Hetteen, the pioneer of the firm was not pleased with the model, terming it a waste of time and resources.

However, this marked a new era in the transportation industry. Polaris went on to have huge successes in the snowmobile industry. The company decided to branch into motorcycles after seeing the impressive success of Harley-Davidson. In 1998, the company produced its own motorcycle line that was branded Victory Motorcycle. Victory garnered a huge following as their designs, models, and engine power were a force to be reckoned with. The business added to its resume a portion of KTM Motorcycles that it purchased in 2005. It also made another bold move when it acquired Indian Motorcycle in 2011. The same year saw the company buying a stake at Brammo Inc, a leading electric vehicle company. Four years later, Polaris announced that it was purchasing the entire company.

Victory motorcycle struggled to establish itself in the fiercely contested motorcycle industry. Its profits were minimal and the growth was painfully slow. Finally, in 2017, Polaris made a sad decision to terminate its Victory line of motorcycles. The business cited that its Indian brand had a firmer grip on the market. Polaris also promised to honor the warranties of its products as well as supplying the deceased brand spare parts for an additional period of 10 years.

It’s a spaceship, It’s a car, no - It’s the Polaris Slingshot, a three-wheeled motorcycle. 2014 was the year that the company unveiled this revolutionary machine. It features an inline four-cylinder engine that produces 173 hp. Some still find it hard to believe that the slingshot is actually a motorcycle.


POLARIS 700 TWIN 2005 - 2007 1
POLARIS Sportsman 2005 - present 81
POLARIS Ranger 2009 - 2013 63
POLARIS RZR 2009 - present 36
POLARIS Phoenix 200 2004 - present 6
POLARIS Youth 2001 - present 8
POLARIS Limited Editions 2006 - present 6
POLARIS Scrambler 500 2004 - 2012 5
POLARIS SLINGSHOT 2016 - present 1
POLARIS Trail Boss 2003 - present 6
POLARIS Trail Blazer 2004 - present 6
POLARIS Scrambler 2012 - 2013 2
POLARIS Outlaw 2004 - present 18
POLARIS 700 EFI 2006 - present 1
POLARIS Brutus 2012 - 2013 3
POLARIS Magnum 330 2004 - present 1
POLARIS Hawkeye 4X4 2004 - present 1
POLARIS Sawtooth 2004 - 2007 1

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