Mountain Snowmobiles

Mountain

If pure horsepower and climbing ability is what you’re after, mountain snowmobiles are the way to go. Mountain snowmobiles sell mostly in areas where the hills are steep and the powder is deep. These machines are lighter and feature longer tracks so they can stay on top of the slow. Long lugs help mountain snowmobiles dig through the deep snow and engines with a focus on high horsepower push rider and machine up impossible looking climbs.

2016 Mountain Snowmobile Shootout: Part 1

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2016 Polaris 600 Pro-RMK Review

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2016 Ski-Doo Summit Burton Review

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2016 Arctic Cat M8000 Sno Pro and SE

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2016 Ski-Doo Summit SP T3 Review

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2016 Polaris 800 SKS 155 Review

The all-new Polaris SKS is quite possibly the best sleeper mountain snowmobile on the market...

2016 Ski-Doo Summit X T3 154 Review

For model year 2016, Ski-Doo completes its mountain arsenal by adding the 154 Summit X...

2016 Arctic Cat M8000 Limited Review + Video

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