PRO-RIDE™ Chassis: The INDY® is built on the proven PRO-RIDE™ Chassis that is 300% stiffer for precise, intuitive handling. The ideal choice for a nimble handling sled that’s fun to ride.
Coil-Over Rear Suspension: Designed for better flotation and deep snow performance with improved on-trail ride. By eliminating the torsion springs and redesigning the torque arms, this skid weighs substantially less.
550 Fan Engine: Proven, dependable two-stroke engine with NiCaSil-lined cylinders provides trail cruising power in a lightweight package.
CVTech Powerbloc 50/Invance Clutching: All INDY® models powered by the Polaris 550 fan-cooled engine use the new CVTech Powerbloc 50 drive clutch paired with the Invance driven clutch. This clutching delivers smooth engagement, enhanced low-speed drivability and quieter operation. These durable clutches have a maintenance-free design and are easy to tune while installed on the sled.
Electric Start: Start your sled with the turn of the key. Nothing beats the ease and convenience of electric start.
Lighter Weight: The 550 INDY® LXT 144 is 75 lbs. lighter with the PRO-RIDE™ chassis.
Cargo Rack & Backrest: Whether you’re riding two-up or solo, enjoy the convenience of the large cargo area - which can accommodate a 5 gallon pail. The 550 INDY® LXT features a fixed backrest and passenger hand grips for added comfort and security.
Handlebar & Steering Post Angle: INDY® 550 design - 15 degree flatter steering post angle developed for sitdown and standup riding comfort and flexibility.
Track Width / Length / Height (in.): 15 x 144 x 1.0 Energy
12V Outlet: Accessory
Color / Graphics: INDY® Red
Electric Start: Standard
Fuel Gauge: Mechanical
Hand and Thumb warmers: Standard Adjustable
Handlebar Type: Standard One Piece
Riser Type: 3.5" (89mm) Fixed
Heated Passenger Grips: N/A
Rear Rack / Tow Hitch: Accessory
Seat Type: 2-Up Fixed Backrest
Security System: N/A
Temp / Low Oil Light: Low Oil Light
Windshield: PRO-RIDE® Tall, 20"
Professional rider on a closed course. Polaris recommends that all snowmobile riders take a training course. Do not attempt maneuvers beyond your capability. Always wear a helmet and other safety apparel. Never drink and ride.