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Your Slingshot® Questions, Answered

It's not exactly a motorcycle. It's not really a car. It's a Slingshot. Two wheels in the front. One in the back. Constantly exhilarating, Slingshot will be the ride of a lifetime every time you're in it.

What is a Slingshot?

Slingshot Riding Experience

The Slingshot Riding Experience

Slingshot is a 3-wheeled, open-air roadster that you can drive on public roads. No roof. No doors. All power and excitement.

The Slingshot Performance-Inspired Engine

Slingshot is all about power and performance to, fully equipped with a GM Ecotec LE9 2.4L DOHC motor to give you the ride of a lifetime.
The Slingshot Performance-Inspired Engine

The Slingshot Manual Transmission

All Slingshot models have 5-speed manual transmission to add to your precision control and the thrill of the ride.
The Slingshot Manual Transmission

Frequently Asked Questions

Slingshot Test Drive

Where can I test drive a Slingshot?

75% of people in the United States have a dealership one hour, or less, away from them. You can schedule a test drive by clicking here, or just stopping into a dealership!

Required Insurance

What insurance do I need?

Slingshot is federally classified as a 3-wheel motorcycle and is insured by most major providers! Polaris has a great partnership with Allstate.

Do I need a helmet?

A helmet requirement is on a state-by-state basis. Check here to see if your state requires a helmet! Polaris® always recommends you wear a DOT approved helmet.

What license do I need?

Over 40 states in the US require just a driver's license to operate a Slingshot. Learn more about state-by-state license requirements.