In what could be the single best snowmobile ever built, the 136â€ MX Z Renegade returns for 2007 in standard (all year long) and X-package (Spring only) offerings. The X-packages seem to be taking an odd direction, ditching the handy storage capability of the rear rack, taking on a raw, unfinished look in the rear that is far less functional. Maybe it looks cool, but trail riders will opt for the in-season Renegade models, now fitted with a 16â€ wide version of the popular Camoplast Rip Saw track design.
All Renegades get internal/external drivers, the HPV roller secondary, and the quick-reacting link-style sway bar. Along with the 600 H.O. SDI and 800 H.O. PowerTEK engine packages, an MX Z Renegade 1000 is now offered as an in-season model as well in addition to the X-version.