Polaris India turns two

Polaris India completes two years in India, launches new ATV, RZR XP 900.

Polaris India commenced operations on 24 Aug 2011, and has now completed two years in the country. Coinciding with the occasion, the company has just launched a new all-terrain vehicle, the RZR XP 900 in Hyderabad. 
 
The RZR XP 900 engine uses a four-valve head, this using dual overhead camshafts and the ATV is powerful, generating maximum power of 88bhp. The RZR XP 900 is a high performance premium all-terrain vehicle that can seat two (side-by-side ATV) priced at about Rs 24.5 lakh. 
 
Polaris India currently has 14 dealerships across India and 16 Polaris experience zones. Polaris India also has 10 Riderz Stop outlets where potential buyers can ride their vehicles before making a final purchase. Polaris India has donated five ATVs to the Uttarakhand government for relief and rescue operations. 
 
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