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INDY® XC® 129

Versatilité tout-terrain de performance ultime
À partir de 13 099 $ PDSF (CA)
2019 600 INDY® XC® 129 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 283.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't expect them to warranty a bad track Ordered with the Storm track. After 1 season of trail ridding in UP, half the lugs are damaged and studs are not damaged. Track seems to be de-laminating. Three other sleds that ride with me all year had zero damage. Polaris blamed it on conditions so I had to pay to replace the track. Not very happy. Sled over revs stock (8450). Had to purchase/install heavier weights. Tough to keep front track shock from bottoming out all the time while keeping a good ride in the stutters. Adjustments on the shocks are impossible to feel. Overall pretty happy with the sled. Runs strong and handles good but still steaming over the $$ I had to fork out recently.
Date published: 2020-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thunderchild! Got sled Dec. 6/18. Gone the month of Jan. Still got 1400 miles. Got a ref lash at 900 miles. Flooded a couple of times. Flawless since then. Very hard to pull engine over at -30C. Took a while to figure out the suspension set up. Lots of trial and error. Works good now. Pulls very hard to 95 MPH and then finger walks to 108 MPH. Running boards could be a little more closed in. Too much slush and snow build up on the tunnel and covers my ax and chainsaw. Gonna fix that this summer. Great sled other wise. Northern Ontario, mostly bush trails and ungroomed lake running. 129" track works OK. Maybe 137" next time. Gotta get more miles on this one before that happens.
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2019 Season Issues Have had several issue as listed below: 1) Both front walker evens adjustable shocks are defective and will be rebuilt in lieu of replaced. Had to ride 2/3rds of the season with the defective shocks. 2) Rear shock adjuster knob broke off due to lack of clearance between the adjuster knob and rails? 3) Electrical issues preventing full power to engine and consistent RPM readings on the display panel. Was told it was bad connector pins and was taken care of but the problem persists. Waiting for dealer to set up inspection and repairs?
Date published: 2019-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a Winner! I bought a 2019 Indy XC 800 in December 2018. I figured I would only use it for 1 winter and then get a 2020 850. I was so impressed with the sled that I held on to it when I got the 2020 XCR 850. The XC 800 is by far the best trail sled I have rode. It has about 1300 flawless miles on it now and I have no complaints. I recommend getting the Rox riser and 1.5 Storm track. My new 850 has great mid range snap and the motor is very smooth, but I feel the 800 H.O is a little more playful and has significant more low end punch than the 850. They are both very impressive.
Date published: 2020-01-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice ride Well... start off good.. sled is comfortable rides nice lots of power but... sure would be nice if it lasted more than 150 miles... whoever put my sled together didn't tighten the nut on the water pump so it fell apart and caused all kinds of damage is the way I understand it. Not impressed. They are putting a whole new motor in it. I know it's probably a fluke thing that happened but it happened on 100% of the new polaris I have bought... this being my only....makes me think twice about buying another Polaris. Bummed I'm missing a couple of great weeks for riding.
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Factor I snowchecked a 2019 Indy XC 850 in 2018 and accumulated just shy of 3000 miles this past season. The strong majority of these miles came from groomed trails, but the rest came from playing on steep hills with deep snow. I was absolutely blown away by how this machine could handle the deep snow and trail even better. For me, this motor coupled with this track length and suspension, makes for the ultimate fun machine. Its quick, responsive in all ranges, and doesn't run out of power. I have another 2020 on its way, and so do several of my friends and family!
Date published: 2019-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from swicthing to polaris I came off a 2017 ski doo gen 850 x and went to polaris because of the things ski doo is taking off of thier x packages and cost to add them as a extra. I like the polaris front end the most it tracks good, The power is about the same as ski doo but makes more noise getting there.The ride is good but not as good as ski doo and the ease of adjustments are more work. The footwells are too small my boots get wedged, the hand warmers do not light up and the gas miliage so far is not that good, time will tell. I put a mid windshield on at snowcheck but it is a cold sled will get another wider windshield. But all in all it seems to be a nice sled, fit and finish is excellent great powergood looks and handles well.Hope the gas miliage gets better.
Date published: 2020-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a ride!!! I usually don’t snowcheck first year production sled. Now I wish I hadn’t because I never wanted to go shorter then 137. It was still amazing how the 129 performed though. The only idea I had for the 2020 was the 137. But I found out later, you’d had the same idea!!! No golden ticket this year so I’ll have to be satisfied with my 129. Too bad that I couldn’t upload any photos. I still have my 2016 switchback pro-x with almost 7000km. My 850 got 3400 km last winter. Too bad spring came a month early. My annual mileage goal is 4000 -5000 km.
Date published: 2019-04-18
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Performance légendaire INDY® - de retour

La motoneige INDY® XC® 129 est conçue pour les conducteurs qui recherchent une expérience pure et de haute performance et à s’évader sur le sentier grâce à une accélération rapide et une conduite toute en douceur.

Contrôle Rider Balanced®

En plaçant le conducteur au bon endroit sur la motoneige, nous avons construit une motoneige qui prend les virages à plat sans sacrifier le facteur plaisir.

Une polyvalence tout-terrain exceptionnelle

Une journée de conduite se mesure en kilomètres et sourires. Avec des sièges confortables, des skis inspirant la confiance et des options de rangement intégrées, vous pourrez vous détendre toute la randonnée.

Accélération inégalée

Lorsqu'ils ont créé la plateforme AXYS®, nos ingénieurs ont minimisé le poids d'un bout à l'autre de la motoneige sans compromettre la solidité. Combinée avec des moteurs puissants et des rapports puissance-poids de premier ordre, l'INDY® XC® 129 offre le summum de la maniabilité et de la polyvalence.

Obtenez les couleurs que vous voulez!
Nouveautés pour les modèles de 2019 : plusieurs couleurs et options sont offertes sur certains modèles en saison chez votre concessionnaire local. Consultez votre concessionnaire pour obtenir plus de renseignements.
Couleurs de l’INDY XC 129
Motoneiges conçues pour s’adapter à chaque conducteur

Un large éventail d’options de motoneiges éprouvées pour un contrôle sûr partout où vous conduisez sur l'INDY® XC® 129.




<span></span> Options de moteur <span></span> Patriot™ 850 / Cleanfire® 800 à cylindres horizontaux opposés / Cleanfire® 600
<span></span> Refroidissement / type de moteur <span></span> Refroidi par liquide
<span></span> Type de frein à disque <span></span> Radial AXYS®
<span></span> Type de système de transmission <span></span> Carter de chaîne
<span></span> Embrayage d’entraînement/entraîné <span></span> P-85 / TEAM® LÉGER


<span></span> Suspension avant <span></span> AXYS®
<span></span> Suspension arrière <span></span> PRO-CC™
<span></span> Ensemble de l’amortisseur <span></span> Walker Evans®
<span></span> Type de ski <span></span> PRO-STEER
<span></span> Options de chenille <span></span> Ripsaw II 3,18 cm (1,25 po), Cobra 3,43 cm (1,35 po), Storm 150 3,8 cm (1,5 po)


<span></span> Capacité de carburant (gal/L) <span></span> 12 / 45,4
<span></span> Hauteur totale (po/cm) <span></span> 116,8 / 46
<span></span> Largeur totale (po/cm) <span></span> 47 / 119,4
<span></span> Distance du centre du ski (po/cm) <span></span> 42,5 / 108
<span></span> Longueur totale (po/cm) <span></span> 117 / 318

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