Solo-touring from Ski-Doo comes compliments of the GSX. All models are standard with mirrors, electric start and a comfort-tuned suspension.
Top-of-the-line models, called Limited, include an electric fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge and 600 or 800cc engine options.
Sport models received upgraded shocks for 2007 in addition to a new white/blue color scheme.
The GSX Fan is an economical trail-performance sled powered by a Rotax fan-cooled engine. It’s equipped with the same suspensions as costlier sleds, but has less-expensive shocks.
Ski-Doo’s Legend Trail returns to the early days of snowmobiling through the use of its simple RF chassis and low-maintenance, fuel-injected, 4-TEC V-800 four-stroke engine. Its smooth power is ideal for casual snowmobilers.
The Legend Trail includes plastic skis, electric start, reverse and mirrors. The Touring package adds a 2-Up seat with passenger handles, cargo rack and upgraded rear shock.
Front Suspension: RF; Shocks/Travel: Motion Control/6.3 inches; Rear Suspension: SC-4; Shocks/Travel: Motion Control/15 inches; Features: This is a basic machine, but it includes the same skidframe as the expensive sleds.
4-TEC V-800 four-stroke:
This twin-cylinder four-stroke engine debuted in the Can-Am Outlander ATV.