2010 Sleds

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2010 Sleds

#1 Post by john » Fri Mar 06, 2009 5:10 pm

2010 Arctic Cat Lineup Preview

Big news for Arctic Cat 2010 includes upgrades, further refinements in the Twin Spar design, a major re-do of the 800cc twin, new EXT version to harness the Turbo's energy, more weight coming out of the mountain models, and a truly wonderful race replica at a very consumer-friendly price. Plus, look for limited 'spring only' models that will include special graphics like a black stealth or candy apple green look.

2010 Ski-Doo Lineup Preview

As Ski-Doo enters the 2010 model year, the 50-year-old snowmobile pioneer maintains a strong position as Number One. For 2010 you'll see evolutionary changes in all models that should keep Ski-Doo No.1.

2010 Polaris Lineup Preview

Polaris brings game-changing innovation with the 600 Rush and its Pro-Ride rear suspension. From the top down the company is focused on building quality snowmobiles with superior ride and handling. Stated Polaris Vice President and General Manger Scott Swenson, "We are pleased about the strides we made in quality."

Yamaha's Snocross Challenge

Yamaha faces adversity as it races to prove its 4-stroke advantages in tough, international snocross competition. Snowmobile.com tracked Yamaha's research and development team efforts at the third round of Pro Open racing as its works to turn its 4-stroke racing sled into a consistent winner and championship contender among 2-stroke sleds.

Inside Polaris' Pro-Ride Suspension

Going inside the Pro-Ride suspension unveils a system with incredibly easy set up and exceptional progressive ride action. Polaris' Pro-Ride rear suspension is bound to attract positive buzz with snowmobilers of all mileages. How can Polaris lose?

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