Serious refinements are found here, with the addition of (standard) push-button reverse, but of greater interest may be the 800cc Laydown twin that replaces the 700, and the 1000cc two-stroke twin! The 500 is gone, but the M-6 remains intact.
A 2.25â€ lug height is found on all lengths; 141â€, 153â€ and the stylinâ€™ 162â€. While the M-1000 is tempting, most riders will find the M-8 to be the one to beat across the board unless itâ€™s straight up, then the 1000 rules.
New â€œSno Proâ€ packages replace the LE models of the past, and you know what that means; better shocks, firmer calibrations, and more attitude. Only available in orange, they have FLOATs up front, Ti springs and the bad-ass suspensions to match.