Not quite a car and obviously not a motorcycle, the three-wheeled Polaris Slingshot is classified as an “autocycle.” Not only are they fun to drive but they are serious head turners. Powered by a 2.4-liter engine with a five-speed manual transmission, the Slingshot delivers a ride like nothing else you’ve ever experienced and today Polaris announced the newest addition to their line-up… the Slingshot Grand Touring LE. In case you were wondering, yes, this is most fully-loaded Slingshot ever – and we can’t wait to get a chance to drive it! Hopefully this Spring / Summer *wink wink* Polaris.

Outfitted from the factory with everything you need for an exhilarating road trip, including comfort seats and Slingshot Ride Command with the industry leading 7” multi-touch Ride Command display featuring turn-by-turn navigation. This 173HP speed rocket is fast, fun and ready to hit the pavement in 41 states without a motorcycle endorsement.

sling tallKey Features:

  • Waterproof Interior
  • Ripper Series Wind Deflector – Tall
  • Slingshot Ride Command Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Projector Beam Headlights and LED Taillights
  • Slingshade with Accented Graphics
  • Color-Matched Rear Fender
  • 18” Front & 20“ Rear Black Cast Aluminum Wheels
  • Slingshade roof
  • Quilted Comfort Seats
  • Matte Cloud Gray and Indy Red paint finish with a Limited-Edition Graphics package

Performance:

  • 2.4L DOHC 4 Cylinder Engine
  • 5-Speed Manual Transmission
  • 91 Octane or Higher Fuel
  • 173 HP @ 6200 RPM
  • 166 ft-lbs @ 4700 RPM

Now that you’re familiar with the ins and outs of the new Grand Touring LE lets take a closer look at the styling and craftsmanship.

Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

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Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

Slingshot Grand Touring LE First Look

Grand Touring LE will be available at Polaris Slingshot dealers throughout the U.S. and Canada starting in early March starting at: $29,999 ($30,299 in California)

Make sure to keep your eye out for a full review of the GL LE on Busted Wallet Spring / Summer 2018!

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