Polaris Slingshot Celebrates "National Stick Shift Day" With Nationwide Stick Shift LessonsSource: Business Wire
Slingshot’s “Summer of Fun” Continues with Manual Transmission Driving Lessons During Month of July
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Polaris Slingshot Celebrates "National Stick Shift Day" With Nationwide Stick Shift Lessons (Photo: Business Wire).
For the 18% of Americans that know how to drive a manual, many will recall the painstaking learning experience in an old, mundane vehicle. Slingshot wants to provide a new perspective on how much fun mastering the art of slipping gear to gear can be, in full control of the vehicle, by offering lessons in a Slingshot.
“Driving a manual transmission and feeling the gears shift is simply the most fun way to drive,” said
Consumers can go online at www.slingshot.polaris.com/en-us/dealer-locator/ to find their local participating Slingshot dealer and begin the journey to learning the most fun way to drive a vehicle.
The Summer of Fun sweepstakes, running throughout summer and until
Entrants can also experience all the fun Slingshot has to offer by renting one through a Polaris Adventures Outfitter, which are located around the country. As an added bonus, Slingshot owners who showcase their Summer of Fun by posting videos and photos to Instagram,
With four distinct models, ranging from
For more information about Slingshot, the Summer of Fun program, or to find a dealer, visit PolarisSlingshot.com .
Follow Slingshot on social media: Facebook.com/PolarisSlingshot , @Slingshot on Twitter and @PolarisSlingshot on Instagram. For information on Polaris Adventures and Slingshot rental locations, visit Adventures.Polaris.com .
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