Sled Tests

2012 Polaris 600 Switchback Adventure long term test

Emphasizing comfort and cargo
By Mark Savage
Published: January 4, 2013
Always a fan of the Switchback, we came away from last season impressed with Polaris’ new Adventure model.

Some might consider it gimmicky, what with tacking on the cargo rack and storage system to a standard 600 Switchback and giving it a new name. But there’s more to the Adventure than that and its 136-inch track ... and all of it is good for us serious trail riders. Not that it’s ONLY the trail riders who can use this sled. I’m just sayin’ …
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