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Polaris announces new GEM eM1400

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The compact electric vehicles have versatily configurations and can be customized.

| October 21, 2013

MEDINA, Minn. – Polaris Industries Inc., today announced the availability of the all-new Polaris GEM eM1400 vehicle. The compact electric vehicles are ready for order through all 280 authorized GEM dealers in North America. With industry-leading payload and cargo as well as versatile configurations, the GEM eM1400 can be customized to fit a variety of work applications.
 
“The entire GEM team is extremely excited to bring the all-new eM1400 to the market. This vehicle was purpose built for customers who want a light electric utility vehicle that is rugged, durable, and tackles work applications.” says Tim Blinkhorn, General Manager for GEM.
 
Backed by 60 years of Polaris innovation and technology, the GEM eM1400 delivers performance for the light utility market including its 7.0 horsepower AC motor, 1,400 pound payload, independent rear suspension and front MacPherson Strut. The rugged, ergonomic design and 1,250 pound towing capacity makes this the perfect vehicle for hauling cargo across a property or jobsite.
 
With available options and accessories to fit each customer’s unique needs, the GEM eM1400 is configurable to match your application. Factory installed options include removable bed sides and a fully enclosed max box. The GEM eM1400 also features Lock & Ride and Lock & WorkTM accessories, a Polaris innovation.
 
The GEM eM1400 reaches a top speed of 19 mph, can be driven both indoors and outdoors and has a range of up to 45 miles per charge depending on temperature, grade, payload and driving style. An environmentally-friendly option, the vehicles are ideal for use in maintenance, groundskeeping, indoor warehousing, farm utility and hospitality.
 
All Polaris GEM vehicles come with a two-year base warranty. To find a dealer and schedule a test ride, or for more information on the complete Polaris GEM vehicle lineup, visit GEMcar.com.
 

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