Using similar reasoning to Arctic Cat, Polaris has dumped the Classic nomenclature and now offers its high mile trail sleds as extensions of the IQ line with the addendum LX after the name.
These come equipped with electric start and reverse, higher windshields and the 128-inch M-10 skidframe used in last year’s IQ Classics.
Paint and graphics on LX models are deliberately intended to make them hard to differentiate from the more hardcore performance models.
These sleds come with a more plushly padded seat and Rider Select is standard equipment. Engine variations are limited to the new CFI 600 and the turbocharged 4-stroke FST.
The non-turbo FS introduced last year is not available in LX trim for 2007.