Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc. was present at the on-going 9th edition of the Defexpo India 2016 with its latest products – DAGOR (Deployable Advance Ground Off-Road) and MRZR 4. These vehicles have been exclusively brought to India for the first time. Polaris India also showcased its 6-wheeled drive Off-Roader, SPORTSMAN BIG BOSS 6X6 and RANGER 6X6 800 at the event, which is being held between 28th–31st March, 2016 at Goa.
Polaris India has developed the DAGOR (Deployable Advance Ground Off-Road) vehicle under a contract from elements of the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and international Special Operations Forces (SOF) customers. The vehicle uses a readily available Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) driveline, controls and components streamlining mechanic and operator training. The MRZR 4 is configurable for a variety of applications, air transportable and has been combat-proven and purchased by U.S. and allied forces throughout the world.
On the other hand, the Big Boss 6×6 features a 6×6 drive system, powering all 6 of its wheels, while the RANGER 6X6 800 has a big-bore 800 twin-cylinder engine featuring EFI for fast, reliable starting in any temperature, plus automatic adjustments for altitude.
Speaking on Polaris India’s participation in the Defexpo India 2016, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd. said: “We are proud to showcase our impressive portfolio of defense vehicles designed to support the tactical manoeuvre of combat operations. Participating in the Defexpo 2016 is an invaluable experience for us as it gives us an opportunity to exhibit the unrelenting power of Polaris vehicles to the defense fraternity. Both DAGOR™ (Deployable Advance Ground Off-Road) and MRZR™4 are being displayed for the first time in India. Ergonomically designed with unbeatable combat efficiency, these vehicles are a force multiplier in the true sense of the word, providing its operator instant preparedness for missions even in the most extreme terrain.”