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Bennington COVID-19 FAQ, Status & Support

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COVID-19 has made this a challenging time for some of our family and customers to get clear information. To assist we created this page–to give you a one-stop spot for information when it comes to questions on your Bennington.

Helpful Resources

How can I shop for a Bennington at home?

You can now schedule a Private Virtual Boat Tour with your local Bennington Dealership. Conveniently shop from home while your dealer walks you through the boat, answering all your questions.

 

Click the 'Schedule Now' button below and complete the form. Soon after, your nearest dealer will contact you to schedule your Private Virtual Boat Tour. Be the first 250 to book, and we will donate $100 to the charity of your choice!

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Is Bennington building boats & shipping parts orders?

Bennington is open and continuing to build customer's ordered boats and ship parts orders. We are proud of our strong network of dealers, and we are working with them to continue to support our customers and help them navigate the evolving situation. Please call ahead for their current hours of operation.

 

This is an ever-evolving situation, so please contact your dealership for the current status of your new Bennington or parts orders.

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Is my local dealer affected?

Bennington is proud of our strong network of dealers, and we are working with them to continue to support our customers and help them navigate the evolving situation. Please call ahead for their current hours of operation.

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Need a question answered?

In addition to your local Bennington dealership, customers who require assistance may call us at (574) 264-6336.

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Coronavirus Resources

The safety of the entire Polaris family is our top priority. We are closely following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) as we navigate the evolving Coronavirus situation.