Yamaha Announces 2006 Line Up

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Since the introduction of the industry’s first performance four-stroke snowmobile in 2003, the RX-1, Yamaha has experienced consistent growth in sales and market share. The ground breaking 2006 model line has taken the four-stroke platform mainstream, offering all the performance, agility and fun found in a modern two stroke but with the many additional benefits only available from a four stroke engine.

The original RX-1 has been replaced with a totally new line-up of lightweight snowmobiles led by the APEX GT. The APEX family employs a new lightweight, fuel injected, 150hp, 4-cylinder engine, riding in a new Delta-Box 2 chassis. These snowmobiles address the latest trends in rider forward ergonomics but with no compromise to all day comfort. The critically acclaimed Yamaha Mono-Shock suspension now comes in multiple variations and models with one using an exclusive, push button, electronically controlled, Ohlins shock absorber, for accurate on-the-fly, calibration for any riding condition.

The 2006 Snowmobile line also has new models in the ‘rough trail’ categories with bump-sleds like the 120HP Fox Float equipped NYTRO and fuel injected APEX RTX. The touring rider has two models to choose from in the VENTURE series and the mountain specialists receive two completely new powder machines APEX MOUNTAIN and VECTOR MOUNTAIN SE featuring lighter weight and a 16inch x 162 inch x 2.5 inch footprint.

For complete details visit yamaha-motor.ca

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