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You Can Now Have Your Polaris Slingshot Delivered to Your Front Door Too

Last week, American motorcycle manufacturer Indian announced the start of a program designed to allow customers to select, configure, order and have their bikes delivered right to their front doors. That program now also covers the Polaris Slingshot.
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The two companies have been linked for nearly a decade, since Polaris acquired Indian, so developing the same programs for the products produced by the group was to be expected.

Called Click.Deliver.Drive (Indian’s version is called Click.Deliver.Ride), the program comes to support both the dealers affected by the lockdown measures now in place in the U.S., but also customers who, despite the current situation, are still planning to buy vehicles.

The program includes the already available options of selecting and customizing the desired Slingshot, but now there’s also the option of working online with the dealer to complete the purchase and agree on the delivery.

Just like in Indian’s case, Click.Deliver.Drive is available for a limited time only at participating dealers.

“Our dealer network is incredibly resilient, nimble and adaptable,” said in a statement Mike Dougherty, Polaris Slingshot President.

“As many businesses around the country have had to implement new processes to adapt to the current environment, so have our dealers. We’re extremely proud and excited to offer Slingshot enthusiasts the ability shop, order and take delivery right from the comfort of their own home.”

Separately, Polaris announced at the beginning of the month the launch of the Design Series customization option for the Slingshot. It comprises a range of styling options for the front grille, belt guard cover, lower hoop, and other elements of the exterior.

There are four versions of the Slingshot available, S, SL, R and Grand Touring. All pack the same 2.4-liter engine linked to either a five-speed manual or an automatic transmission. The vehicle, which is classified as an Autocycle in 47 American states, sells from $20,999 for the S and at $30,999 for the Grand Touring.

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