What Are Some Standard Features on a Polaris Children's Snowmobile?

What Are Some Standard Features on a Polaris Children's Snowmobile?

The 2016 Polaris 120 Indy is a smaller-sized snowmobile designed for children. Standard features on the Polaris 120 Indy include an adjustable throttle, a 120 cc four stroke engine, a safety tether and a storage compartment.

The adjustable throttle allows adults to control how much power is available to the rider. The 120 cc four stroke engine is built for long-lasting performance without trouble, and it can function for years when maintained properly. The safety tether is standard for riders of all ages; it attaches to a kill-switch which automatically shuts the engine off if the driver becomes separated from the snowmobile. The engine hood features a similar function which shuts off the engine if it is opened. Also featured is a storage compartment underneath the seat for convenient storage of items such as extra gloves or a face mask.

The 2016 Polaris 120 Indy snowmobile has an overall height of 31 inches, an overall width of 34 inches, an overall length of 75 inches, and a dry weight of 147 pounds. The snowmobile has a mechanical drum disc brake, with a chaincase drive system and a P-40 drive clutch. The air-cooled engine has a single exhaust, transistor ignition and a single cylinder. The suspension system has steel monotube front shocks, Mini INDY rear suspension and a composite ski type. The fuel capacity is 0.5 gallon.