2011 600 high performance snowmobile comparison test
A tasty mix of 600 rough-trail temperment blended with silky smooth handling
September 17, 2010
The engineering chefs from each of the Big 4 OEMs are serving up their own brand of perfection in the 120-horse class this year. The 600s make up the largest piece of the market-segment pie because there are more of these size sleds sold each season than any other. While there are no brand new chassis or motors in this year’s group, there’s still plenty to talk about in this batch of trail extremists.
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