The Polaris Slingshot provides an exhilarating open-air experience with a rear wheel driven by a 2.4-liter EcoTec engine paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Finished in Titanium Metallic over a black interior with body-color trim pieces, this 2015 Polaris Slingshot is now being offered for auction by its seller out of California showing just over 11k miles on the odometer.
This Slingshot is finished in Titanium Metallic and constructed of a high-strength steel spaceframe which aids in weight reduction. Details include futuristic styling cues with refined lines and sharp angles, open-wheel fenders, an optional medium-height windscreen, forged aluminum roll hoops above each headrest., and a narrow rear end. Two 17” wheels are fitted at the front and an 18” wheel at the rear, mounted with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R tires. The seller notes some minor paint imperfections along with a small scrape on the passenger-side lower plastic area and lower edges of the front spoiler. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.
The cockpit is appointed with black waterproof vinyl upholstery featuring angular bucket seats with 3-point safety belts. Equipment includes trim pieces finished in Titanium Metallic, “Polaris” insignia ahead of the passenger seat, dual-gauge instrumentation, a red-finished push-to-start button, and a button within the console that allows the driver to toggle the stability control. The seller notes that the check engine light appears intermittently and could be easily corrected by installing a new roll-over switch according to a Polaris dealer (Polaris part #4011026). Additionally, a phone holder has been fitted to the central compartment.
A GM-sourced 2.4-liter EcoTec inline-four engine sends up to 173 HP and 166 lb.-ft of torque to the rear wheel through a 5-speed manual transmission. The seller adds that a critical swingarm pivot protector and a housing closeout plate were installed upon acquisition, and recalls were completed during early ownership including replacements to the rear swingarm, double lock axle, and brake master cylinder, while open recalls include seat frames and fuse block terminals (NHTSA Recall Numbers 18V195 & 19V750). The seller notes the Bridgestone tires mounted have a smaller outside diameter than the OEM Kenda tires which causes the cruise control function to fail, and the brake light occasionally turns on if the rear tire spins but does not affect braking and can be disregarded by turning the ignition off then on to reset the light.
This sale will include a clean title. The Polaris Slingshot may require a motorcycle license and helmet in some states.