2015 Arctic Cat

Arctic Cat Wraps Up 2015 Hillclimb Season

May 5, 2015

Team Arctic racers closed out the 2015 Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb Association (RMSHA) circuit by earning more than a dozen victories and two King titles, and locking up three series points championships. Here is a press release from Arctic Cat about the success of its hillclimb racers.   THIEF... Read more »

The Story Behind The 2015 Pantera: A Q&A With An Arctic Cat Engineer

pantera for slide

By John Prusak
August 21, 2014

Want the inside scoop on snowmobile technology? Look no further than Snow Goer magazine. The October 2014 that is in the mail right now (and hits newsstands on Tuesday, August 26), includes articles on new technology from each of the four snowmobile manufacturers. To read the story behind the development... Read more »

2015 Arctic Cat Updates Include TEAM Clutch For ZR 4000 RR


Andy Swanson
July 14, 2014

Arctic Cat announced today a few updates for some of its 2015 snowmobiles. These changes were in the works last spring and finalized in time for production this summer. Updates affect 2015 Arctic Cat ZR, XF and M models, but the 2015 ZR 4000 RR receives the most significant updates. Here is a list... Read more »

First Ride: 2015 Arctic Cat ZR 4000 Models

2015 ZR 4000 LXR

Andy Swanson
March 20, 2014

  Quick, lightweight and fun describe the 2015 Arctic Cat ZR 4000 RR and ZR 4000 LXR. If you’re looking for a fun, small-bore sled, you owe it to yourself to check out the 2015 Arctic Cat ZR 4000 models. It doesn’t matter that these ZR models are only 500cc — they’re flat-out fun to ride,... Read more »

2015 Arctic Cat Snowmobiles Announced: Pantera, Lynx & Suzuki Engines Return

Arctic Cat XF 9000 High Country

By John Prusak
February 19, 2014

The Pantera is back in the 2015 Arctic Cat snowmobiles lineup in as an all-new touring sled. The Lynx name is also back, part of a reworked and rebranded line of entry-level sleds for the Thief River Falls, Minnesota-based snowmobile manufacturer. Both of those are big news, but perhaps the most surprising... Read more »