Polaris profits surge 40 percent in 3Q

Boosted by double-digit sales growth across all of its product lines, Polaris Industries Inc. posted a net income of $94.3 million, a 40 percent jump from $67.6 million in the third quarter a year-ago, the Associated Press reports. The Medina-based all-terrain vehicles maker also lifted its full-year outlook for the third time.
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Boosted by double-digit sales growth across all of its product lines, Polaris Industries Inc. posted a record net income of $94.3 million, a 40 percent jump from $67.6 million in the third quarter a year-ago, the Associated Press reports. The Medina-based all-terrain vehicles maker also lifted its full-year outlook for the third time.

Sales for the third quarter also totaled a record $879.9 million, an increase of 21 percent over last year's $729.9 million.

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