Arctic Cat snowmobile lineup is one of the most sought-after range. There are different variants available based on their intended usage. Arctic Cat has developed various proprietary technologies after years of experience in designing snowmobiles. All features such as chassis, suspension, shockers, and accessories are suited to the needs of the individual rider. Here are a few popular Arctic Cat Snowmobile lineups.
The ZR lineup of Arctic Cat snowmobiles is the perfect companion for trails. There are four variants available each with a different engine. Track options include the 129inch Ripsaw and the 137inch Ripsaw II each having 1.25inch lugs. All variants have Procross – 6 Skis that are ideal for both hard and loose snow and facilitate confident cornering. The front Arctic Ray suspension and the slide-action rear suspension are designed for races to maximize performance and dampening. An 11inch windshield protects the rider from ice and a high-performance seat provides comfort. Standard features on the ZR Arctic Cat snowmobile include hand and thumb warmers, electric push-button start, adjustable steering handlebar, dual halogen headlights and tether switch.
Individuals who need a multipurpose snowmobile can browse through the Norseman range of Arctic Cat snowmobiles. These hybrid snowmobiles can provide fun rides and double as workhorses. They come with two-stroke and four-stroke engines with different displacement capabilities. Their Xtra-Action rear suspension is designed for heavy workloads. The Norseman variants of Arctic Cat snowmobiles feature the ProUte 10/8 skis having a tapering design. Their width varies from 8inch to 10inch and provides stability while navigating the deepest snow. A tether switch, mountain seat, dual halogen bulbs, digital gauge, hand and thumb warmers, and electric start are all standard.
The Pantera Arctic Cat snowmobile range is a great touring option. The snowmobiles have the Arctic Race suspension which is lightweight, rigid and comfortable. The Pantera 3000 comes with a standard track while the other Pantera variants come with RipSaw track. All variants have the ProTour 6 skis except the Pantera XT 7000 Limited that comes with ProUte 10/8 skis. A 6.5inch riser steering features an adjustable handlebar. The variants have different engines with different displacements. ProTour seat, passenger seat, mirrors, push-button start, digital gauge, hand and thumb warmers and ice scratchers come as stock features.
The M series of Arctic Cat snowmobiles can take on challenging mountains with ease. It features the specially designed Arctic Mountain front suspension and the float action rear suspension for maneuvering deep snow. Pro Climb – 7 G2 skis and a dropped drive shaft make mountain climbing easy. The Mountain M variants feature a digital gauge, a sports front bumper, hand and thumb warmers, 3-inch windshield, lightweight mountain seat, ice scratchers, and a mountain strap. Engine options in the Mountain M Arctic Cat snowmobile include two-cylinder 599cc and 794cc and a three-cylinder turbocharged 998cc. A vertical steering post supports multiple riding positions and has an adjustable mountain handlebar.
The Crossover XF is a versatile lineup of Arctic Cat snowmobiles. There are different variants available in the lineup depending on their primary usage area. The XF High Country models have an Arctic Mountain Suspension at the front and a float action rear suspension. They are ideal for riding on mountain slopes with occasional flat trail rides. The Cross Country features the Arctic Race Suspension at the front and a slide action rear suspension and is primarily meant for usage in flat areas with occasional mountain trip. Engine options include a 599cc in the 6000, 794cc in the 8000 and 998cc in the 9000. Standard features available are a mountain seat, mountain strap, LED headlights, hand and thumb warmers and goggle holders.