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...

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 2.25” lug height is found on all lengths; 141”, 153” and the stylin’ 162”. While the M-1000 is tempting, most riders will find the M-8 to be the one to beat across the board unless it’s straight up, then the 1000 rules.
New “Sno Pro” 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.

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