Performance Snowmobiles

Performance

Performance snowmobiles are designed to go fast and take a beating. These race-inspired machines are light and powerful and feature some of the most advanced suspension systems in all of powersports. Whether you want to fly across a frozen lake at over 100 miles per hour or clear the double at the local snocross track, performance sleds can get the job done. These sleds generally favor an aggressive riding position and comfort is sacrificed in favor of adrenaline-inducing performance.

2017 800cc Trail King Comparison

The two-stroke king of the trails for 2017 is either Cat’s ZR 8000 RR, Ski-Doo’s...

2017 Yamaha Apex Review

Yamaha’s Apex sets the standard for innovative and unique snowmobiles. Among its many engineering firsts...

2017 Polaris 550 Indy Review

On a sheer value basis the 2017 Polaris 550 Indy is hard to beat. On...

2017 Arctic Cat XF 9000 High Country Review + Video

If trail cruising, mogul bashing, and limited deep-powder riding is on your to-do list, the...

2017 Yamaha Sidewinder R-TX Review

With apologies to partner Arctic Cat, Yamaha’s Sidewinder R-TX may be the hottest groomed trail...

2017 Ski-Doo REV Renegade X 850 ETEC Review + Video

Ski-Doo’s most powerful crossover sled is also its most versatile – on or off trail.

2017 Arctic Cat ZR 3000 LXR Review + Video

Arctic Cat’s ZR 3000 LXR may be modestly powered, but it still moves like an...

2017 Yamaha Sidewinder LTX Review + Video

At 180 turbocharged horsepower and with a performance tuned suspension, the Sidewinder L-TX LE is...

2017 Ski-Doo MXZ X 850 Review + Video

With the new 2017 MXZ X 850, Ski-Doo innovates with the creation of a more...

Polaris’ 144 Emphasis

We learned earlier this decade not to sell Polaris short. Despite some seeming engineering shortcomings...

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