2016 Arctic Cat M 6000 Sno Pro (153), Only One Left, don't hesitate... CONTACT SALES FOR MORE DETAILS- (970)243-7730 *Financing Available* *Price, if shown, does not include any Sales Taxes, License, Registration, and/or Finance charges, if applicable. However, any advertised price does include Manufacturer's Freight/Destination, Dealer Set-up/PDI, and Document Preparation Charges if applicable. 2016 Arctic Cat® M 6000 Sno Pro (153) Features may include: 6000 2-STROKE ENGINE This 599cc 2-stroke Dual-Stage Injection (DSI) C-TEC2™ power mill kicks out 125-class horsepower and is the product of a world-class engine assembly plant ours. The electronic oil pump can accurately meter fuel/oil ratios not only by RPM, but also by altitude, dramatically reducing oil and fuel consumption. Whether you’re riding a ZR an M or a Crossover, the 6000 is one of the most satisfying engines ever to be cradled in the belly of a snowmobile. ARCTIC DRIVE SYSTEM WITH TEAM CLUTCHES New for 2016, the Arctic Drive System™ incorporates a large TEAM BOSS driven clutch and TEAM drive clutch. By eliminating belt skid, these clutches reduce temperature and transfer more power to the track. In addition to their incredible strength, these clutches are known for their easy and precise tuning. ARCTIC MOUNTAIN FRONT SUSPENSION Arctic Mountain Suspension (AMS) is all-new for 2016, from its single-post spindles set to a 27-degree caster angle for better sidehilling, to the 2.4-lb. weight savings in the A-arms and 7-in. tapered skis. All that plus a narrower 36-in. stance. FOX FLOAT® 3 shocks cushion aggressive bumps and smooth out even the harshest ruts. FLOAT-ACTION REAR SUSPENSION Unique tri-hub rear axle system is engineered to be very light and very strong. Front-arm Arctic Cat® IFP shocks provide stability, while rear springless FOX FLOAT® 3 air shocks provide a full range of pressure and tuning options while reducing snow buildup weight. NARROWER 35.5-38.5 ADJUSTABLE SKI STANCE The narrower ski stance (adjustable: 35.5-in. 38.5-in.) makes it easier to pick your line and own it. It’s easier to carve, easier to initiate a sidehill, easier to navigate through the trees. And it’s never been easier to handle.