Consumers to Receive a $50 Restaurant Gift Card For Every
Dealership Test Drive Taken in May and June in the Summer to Drive
Slingshot, the three-wheeled roadster which delivers a joyride
unlike anything on the road, today announced its “Summer to Drive”
test drive program.
This summer, Slingshot is offering dinner on them! – For every consumer
test drive through May and June, participants will receive a $50
restaurant credit. The promotional credit will be eligible at more than
100,000 restaurant locations, offering consumers a broad selection of
dining styles and cuisines across the country through Dining Advantage®.
“Summer is the perfect time to get behind the wheel of a Slingshot and
enjoy the open-air driving experience of Slingshot. Visit any of our
Slingshot dealers around the country, test drive and enjoy a meal on us
from a wide variety of restaurants,” said Josh Fulkerson, Slingshot Sr.
The Summer to Drive program will run from May 1 to June 30, 2019.
The Dining Advantage® restaurant dining credit is easily redeemed by
registering the code, searching and selecting your favorite offers and
printing or displaying the offer at the merchant.
You can drive to dinner in comfort and style in any of the four 2019
Slingshot models. Each Slingshot packs a GM Ecotec 2.4L DOHC
four-cylinder engine and delivers 173 horsepower by way of a five-speed
manual transmission. Starting at $20,999, the Slingshot S is the
entry-level model with gloss black cast aluminum wheels. The SL model,
starting at $25,999, features a seven-inch, touchscreen Ride Command
infotainment system, a 100-watt Rockford Fosgate® audio system, rear
view camera, a clear wind deflector, 18-inch and 20-inch front and rear
cast-aluminum machined wheels. At $29,999, the SLR boasts race-inspired
Sparco® components, including steering wheel, shift knob and pedal
covers. The SLR also features two-piece composite brake rotors,
exclusive SLR bolstered sport bucket seats and a 20-inch 305mm rear
forged-aluminum wheel. Finally, at $30,999, the Grand Touring comes
well-equipped with features and accessories straight from the factory,
including quilted comfort seats, a color-matched Slingshade® top and
rear fender and a tall wind deflector. The SLR and Grand Touring come
standard with Ride Command with GPS navigation, phone integration,
customizable vehicle display screens and more.
Owners can personalize their Slingshots with a variety of Slingshot
Engineered Accessories that deliver customization, interior upgrades,
and performance. In 2019, Slingshot S owners can significantly upgrade
the interior with Ride Command, quilted comfort seats, Rockford Fosgate
audio, wind deflector options, LED lighting and storage bags. Slingshot
also offers its owners a color-matched Slingshade top for sun protection
and rear fender for additional style and spray protection in the rain.
Performance-minded drivers can further enhance their Slingshot with an
adjustable BILSTEIN shock kit, two-piece lightweight rotors, and
lightweight aluminum forged wheels and tires.
For full terms and more information about the program details, visit https://slingshot.polaris.com/en-us/test-ride/summer-to-drive/.
To find the authorized Slingshot dealer closest to you, visit PolarisSlingshot.com.
For more information about Slingshot, visit PolarisSlingshot.com.
Follow Slingshot on social media: Facebook.com/PolarisSlingshot,
on Twitter and @PolarisSlingshot
on Instagram. For information on Polaris Adventures and Slingshot rental
locations, visit Adventures.Polaris.com.
About Polaris Slingshot
Polaris Slingshot®, a
product of Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), is a three-wheeled
autocycle that delivers a ride like nothing else you’ve ever
experienced. It is “The Ultimate Joyride™.” The Slingshot is powered by
a 2.4-liter engine with a five-speed manual transmission and comes in a
variety of models that will leave you grinning from ear-to-ear. To learn
more, visit www.PolarisSlingshot.com.
Slingshot® is a three-wheeled autocycle. It is not an
automobile. It does not have airbags and it does not meet automotive
safety standards. Three wheel vehicles may handle differently than other
vehicles, especially in wet conditions. Always wear a DOT-approved
full-face helmet and fasten seatbelts. The Driver may need a valid
motorcycle endorsement. Don’t drink and drive.