Polaris Slingshot – Automatic

Polaris Slingshot – Automatic

The Polaris Slingshot – Automatic


The Polaris Slingshot is a show-stopping, adventure-seeking three-wheel open-air motorcycle. Nothing else on the road looks, sounds, or feels like the Slingshot. With its sleek design and exhilarating performance, the Polaris Slingshot is sure to turn heads when driving around town or hitting the open road!

A great option for drivers and passengers who love the excitement of being in the driver’s seat with a clear view and feel of every twist and turn. This 5 speed automatic transmission Polaris Slingshot features a tilt-steering wheel, rain resistant twin bucket seats, forged aluminum roll bars, an open cockpit and low center of gravity that make for an exhilarating ride. An amazing combo merging the excitement of a motorcycle with a bit more stability.

Some describe the Polaris as a unique super sports car. Others describe it as a glorified street legal go cart that is way cooler than any go cart could ever be. This is much is certain; it looks amazing, it’s unique, and it’s fast. According to Polaris, (at 700 pounds lighter than the Mazda MX-5 Miata), even the modest power outputs of it’s 2.0L 4 cylinder engine’s 178 HP with 120 pound-feet of torque, allow this fun little machine to accelerate up to 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds.

It’s fuel economy is also excellent, according to Car and Driver. On the highway, it can get up to 28 mpg. In town, it gets around 25 mpg. These impressive numbers make the Polaris Slingshot a great choice for drivers looking for an efficient vehicle that’s fun to drive!

Secure lockable storage compartments behind the seats can hold up to 3.48 cubic feet (99 liters) of luggage for road trip essentials.

The Polaris also features a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system powered by a quad-core processor with two USB ports, Bluetooth, AM/FM radio. The front 6.5” speakers and 1″ tweeters are rated to handle 50 watts of power so you can enjoy your perfect soundtrack on your travels.

Fitted 3-point seatbelts and fused aluminum roll bars are safety features for the Slingshot’s open air cockpit. Motorcycle helmets are required, but a motorcycle license is not.

The Polaris Slingshot is classified as an autocycle with two wheels in front and a single drive wheel in rear, so you only need a regular “G” car license to drive it here in Florida.

With its sporty design and powerful engine, the Slingshot takes style to the next level. The perfect choice for fantastic fun!

Polaris Slingshot – Automatic


  • Unlimited Mileage
  • Prepaid Tolls (Florida)
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Backup camera
  • Stereo
  • Cruise control
  • Helmets
  • A motorcycle license is NOT required. Only an automobile license.


15/day for full coverage with a $1000 deductible. Paid at time of pickup.