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Check out our new snowmobile manufacturer pages for Arctic Cat, Polaris, Yamaha and Ski-Doo

by Kirsten Armleder

Ski-Doo, Yamaha, Arctic Cat or Polaris—which one, and why? photos courtesy: (L to R) Throttle Ops Photography, Misty Mountain Photo, Todd Kulcsar, Dustin Crea

Some say brand loyalty is dead, but in my experience, the vast majority of riders out there are still very keen on telling you why they choose Arctic Cat over Polaris or Yamaha versus Ski-Doo. Some cite technological advances while others say it was because of their local dealer. Whatever the case may be, when it comes to sleds, we can’t help picking favourites.

With that in mind, we have created four new pages on SnoRidersWest.com, each completely dedicated to one brand:

Now, if you want to filter out the other manufacturers and focus on Arctic Cat industry news, reviews and riders, you can do so. Each page also features Hotshots of each brand, sent in by our readers. We invite you to send us photos as well, and be sure to tell us why you ride what you ride.

These new manufacturer pages also give your Arctic Cat, Polaris, Yamaha and Ski-Doo dealers a chance to showcase their products and services in a prime location on our website. 

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