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.

Vintage Review: Yamaha Enticer 300

This nicely maintained early 1980s vintage Yamaha Enticer 250 on display at SNOWfest brought back...

2016 Arctic Cat XF 7000 CrossTour Review

The CrossTour’s ProTour chassis subverts some deep snow capability with its flatter more trail oriented...

2016 Ski-Doo Renegade Backcountry 800R Review

Our test Renegade Backcountry came with the 800cc E-TEC which is down right sneaky with...

2016 Polaris 800 Rush Pro-S Night Lightning LE Review

Stylistically handsome, the 2016 Polaris Rush Pro-S Night Lightning LE is an instant classic in...

2016 Arctic Cat ZR 6000 El Tigre 129 Review

The everyday ride-ability of Arctic Cat’s ZR 6000 El Tigre makes it a very impressive...

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Polaris‘ snowmobile racing program features new snocross talent, while the hillclimbers will compete on sleds...

2016 Snowmobiles of the Year: Best of the Flatland

After reaching into our test riding collective of nearly 200 years of snowmobiling experience and...

2016 Polaris 800 Indy SP Review

The 2016 800 Indy SP is not a retro sled, but a modern re-interpretation of...

2016 Arctic Cat XF 8000 High Country Review + Video

Arctic Cat’s XF 8000 High Country is a great option for the consumer that is...

2016 Polaris 600 Indy SP Review

Just as Polaris marketing intended, for the money the 600 Indy SP remains a solid...

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