2018 Polaris Slingshot
Street Motorcycle for sale by Freedom Powersports of McDonough in McDonough, Georgia 30523
$28,999Check value with KBB ›
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New 2018 Polaris Slingshot $28,999
The SLR doesn’t just feel like it was made for the racetrack. It was born from it. With Sparco® racing components. An extra-wide 305mm rear tire. High-performance forged aluminum wheels. Premium SLR-branded bolstered sport seats for extra support in the corners. And the Slingshot® Ride Command®system with navigation, to help you find the most exhilarating routes. So,get in. Put on your driving gloves. And prepare for one intense ride.
- STREET LEGAL
Slingshot meets all legal requirements and is equipped for use on all public roads.
- LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
The classification of Slingshot is state-dependent. The most common classifications are motorcycle, which requires a motorcycle endorsement or license, and autocycle, which only requires a state drivers license.
- HELMET LAWS
Helmet laws vary from state to state and are dependent on Slingshot classification. Slingshot recommends always wearing a DOT approved full face helmet.
- POWER-TO-WEIGHT RATIO
Slingshots lightweight design and 173 HP provide an impressive power-to-weight ratio.
- STAY CONNECTED TO THE ROAD AND EVERYTHING ELSE.
Escape the ordinary while staying in touch. Introducing Slingshot® Ride Command®. A seven-inch, multi-touch display that gives you quick access to whatever you need.
2018 Polaris Slingshot Specifications
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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