Polaris is an American powersports company that produces off-road vehicles, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and electric vehicles. They are known for their innovative designs and performance-oriented machines.
Founded in 1954 as a snowmobile manufacturer
Started producing ATVs in the 1980s
Introduced their flagship RZR side-by-side vehicle in 2007
In 2011, Polaris acquired Indian Motorcycle, a historic American motorcycle brand
In 2015, they launched their first electric vehicle, the GEM, for use in short-distance transportation
Canadian company that produces off-road vehicles and motorcycles. Mainly known for their Can-Am Spyder three-wheeled motorcycle.
Japanese company that produces a wide range of powersports vehicles, including motorcycles, ATVs, and watercraft.
Japanese company that produces motorcycles, ATVs, and side-by-side vehicles for the powersports market.
Polaris' flagship side-by-side vehicle. Known for its high-performance and innovative design.
Polaris' line of ATV vehicles. Known for their versatility and durability.
Polaris' historic motorcycle brand, featuring classic designs and modern performance.
The top speed can vary depending on the model, but most RZR vehicles have a top speed between 60 and 80 miles per hour.
Polaris ATVs have a reputation for being reliable and durable. Like any vehicle, proper maintenance is key to ensuring its longevity.
Polaris produces the GEM electric vehicle, which is designed for short-distance transportation, and the Ranger EV, which is an electric side-by-side vehicle.
The RZR is designed for high-performance off-road driving, while the Ranger is more of a utility side-by-side vehicle for work and recreation.
Some Polaris vehicles are manufactured in the United States, while others are produced overseas in countries such as Mexico and Taiwan.