What snowmobile manufacturer do SnoRiders readers prefer?

by Kyle Born

The Summit is one of the best-selling Ski-Doo snowmobiles on the market.
The Summit is one of the best-selling Ski-Doo snowmobiles on the market. Photo courtesy Ski-Doo

Recently, we here at SnoRiders sent out a survey to you, our readers, to find out what brand of snowmobile you currently own. Here are the results:

As you can see, over half of the respondents (52%) own a Ski-Doo snowmobile. The next most popular manufacturer is Polaris (35%), then Arctic Cat (30%), followed by Yamaha (21%).

A graph shows readers’ favourite snowmobile manufacturer is Ski-Doo, followed by Polaris, Arctic Cat and Yamaha.
SnoRiders readers’ favourite snowmobile manufacturer is Ski-Doo, followed by Polaris, Arctic Cat and Yamaha. SnoRiders image

During the survey, we gave readers an opportunity to tell us what they would like to see more of on SnoRidersWest.com. Here were some of the comments that stood out:

  • More tech
  • Updates in new snowmobile tech and aftermarket accessories
  • More accessories and aftermarket stuff
  • Links to hard-to-get parts or remanufactured parts
  • More new products
  • Latest and greatest snowmobile products and reviews of said products
  • What works best in aftermarket: heads, insulated pipes, Y-pipes, quiet cans and overall reliability

Alrighty, readers. We hear you. You want more info about aftermarket products and tech.

So, what are your favourite aftermarket- and tech-related products?

Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey.

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