2010 snowmobiles are out, and better then ever. But which are best? Which one to buy? Well I have found several sites that have a consumer rated top ten, and I have compiled them and put in some of my own opinions to create a top ten worth posting.
- Polaris 550 IQ Shift $5,999 (below) I rated this sled in first because of it’s high user rating, great handling, and the low cost. This is a nice well handling sled that rides well and is only $5,999. That is MUCH lower then most new snowmobiles today.
- Arctic Cat Sno Pro 500 $8,299 I think that this sled is a sled that rides well, but isn’t just for comfort. This sled is made for aggressive riders, and for a 500, it can move. The price may be higher then the above but it is still low, especially for all that you will get out of this sled.
- Arctic Cat Z1 Turbo EXT $13,699 Now, this is less conservative then the above sleds, but it is a beast! With its 177 horse power, 1056cc liquid-cooled twin, and 144 inch track, this sled may seem like a little much to handle. But don’t be fooled. The longer track then its predecessors gives this sled improved handling, and with its smooth acceleration this sled is a lot of power that is easy to handle.
- Ski-Doo MX Z $10,199 800R Adrenaline This snowmobile is very useful snowmobile that will meet all of your needs. It has the power to get-up-n’go, but also is good for just cruising and looking at the sites. An all all around good sled, that is very flexible to meet all of your needs.
- Yamaha FX Nytro MTX SE $12,199 This sled is packed with new features. It has a air suspension that is designed to make it “float” better on fluffy snow, and makes it lighter. Also a slightly wider front end adds stability, while a new tunnel and track makes it more agile. A new and very cool sled.
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