1997 Polaris Indy Trail

Used SnowmobilesINDY


Get Price Alert!
Request Information
Calculate Payment
Schedule a Test Ride Insurance Quote
1997 Polaris Indy Trail

1997 Polaris Indy Trail

Engine and Drivetrain
The 1994 Indy Trail features a 75-horsepower, 488-cc, fan-cooled twin engine with a 2-VM34SS Slide carburetor and 12V 200W alternator for plenty of get up and go. Oil-injection lubrication keeps the engine running smoothly. Fuel capacity is 10.7 gallons. CDI ignition and EZ throttle are standard

Appearance, Dimensions and Capacity
The Indy is lightweight trail sled, weighing in dry at 438 lbs. Dimensions are 44 inches high, 45.5 inches wide and 106.25 inches long with a 40-inch ski center. The vehicle is provided with a 60/60 Halogen headlight standard. The speedometer, tachometer, hand warmers, thumb warmers and low-oil indicator also come standard, as does the front bumper.

Skis, Suspension and Brakes
Steel skis, IFS front suspension with 8-inch travel, ITS rear suspension with 8-inch travel, nitrogen cell front shocks and hydraulic front toque and hydraulic disc brakes make for smooth skiing and easy maneuvering along wooded trails.

*Price, if shown, is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) and does not include government fees, taxes, dealer vehicle freight/preparation, dealer document preparation charges or any finance charges (if applicable). MSRP and/or final actual sales price will vary depending on options or accessories selected.