Polaris Industries Inc. today launched its 2010 600 Rush snowmobile, what the OEM describes as the first snowmobile with a truly progressive-rate rear suspension. The 600 Rush’s bottomless suspension is designed to absorb bumps by transferring the load to the super-rigid PRO-RIDE chassis outfitted with a Walker Evans front track shock and a Walker Evans Comp adjustable rear track shock.
“The new Polaris 600 RUSH truly marks a turning point for the snowmobile industry,” says Scott Swenson, vice president, Snowmobile Division of Polaris Industries Inc. “The progressive-rate rear suspension has been proven in Motocross; Polaris has now become the first company to bring it to snowmobiles. This innovative suspension combined with the new super-rigid PRO-RIDE chassis provides riders with an unprecedented level of rider-active control including improvements in acceleration and cornering.”
“Polaris has really nailed it with this sled,” said Levi LaVallee, a Polaris riding professional Sno-Cross racer and X-Games Gold Medalist. “The Rush puts you in the ideal riding position to transfer my weight for launch, and to set the front end for cornering.
The limited production 2010 Polaris 600 RUSH will be offered as part of the 2010 Polaris Snow Check program beginning in March 2009. Click here for more information and to experience a virtual test ride.
Specifications Engine: 600cc liquid-cooled Liberty Dimensions Dry Weight: 459 lbs. Overall Length: 108 in. Overall Width: 48 in. Overall Height: 46 in. Ski Center Distance: 42.5 in. Fuel Capacity: 11 gal. Suspension Front: IQ adjustable w/ Walker Evans piggyback front shocks Front Travel: 9 in. Rear: Pro-Ride w/ Walker Evans front track shock & Walker Evans Comp. adjustable rear track shock Rear Travel: 14 in. Track (W x L x H in.): 15x121x1.25 RipSaw 2-ply Features - PERC Reverse - Multi-Function Display Gauge - Black Color with Rush Graphics