If you thought the new 8000 series sleds were all Cat had coming for 2018, you thought wrong. There are new sleds, new component developments and new fruit from the company’s relationship with Yamaha. Read on to learn 8 solid reasons to stop into your local Arctic Cat dealership this spring. #1. Awesome new
Archives for February 2017
My name is Mark Bresnahan, and snowmobiling has been my lifelong passion. Starting at a young age on a 1981 Kitty Cat and progressing to a recently purchased 2012 Ski-Doo GSX, I’ve ridden my whole life. Whether it’s driving down beautifully groomed trails or carving the deep powder in the swamps of northern Minnesota, I
Ski-Doo is hanging onto the market share leadership position and isn’t interested in letting it go. In order to keep its leadership, the original Canadian snowmobile company is making six distinct updates to its extensive lineup. First, it’s proliferating its potent 850 E-Tec engine package and Gen 4 Rev chassis across its product families. Second,
Jason “the Mailman” Soucie took the new 2018 Arctic Cat M8000 SnoPro out for a rip recently. He sent in a raving report on the first 2018 to hit the snow! We distilled his comments down to five things you need to know about the sled. Here you go… #1. “The new motor is awesome.