2018 Yamaha: Rebirth of the SnoScoot

February 2017 Feature Viewed 126328 time(s)

The 2018 Yamaha SnoScoot recieved a modern look and a 4-stroke powerplant. 

In 1988, Yamaha shocked the snowmobile world with the release of the Yamaha SnoScoot. It was a sled aimed towards the youth hoping to generate new riders and introduce them to the sport. An 80cc 2-stroke engine and tubular frame made it both light and fun for smaller riders. In 2018, (which just so happens to be Yamaha’s 50th Anniversary) they are giving a full re-birth to the iconic youth sled.

The SnoScoot chassis is big enough for both children and adults to have fun on.

The 2018 SnoScoot is a step up from a 120cc youth snowmobile. It features a larger chassis, 200cc 4-stroke engine with 9.1 HP @ 5400 RPM, double A-arm front suspension, hydraulic disc brakes, a 10” X 90” Camso Cobra track with 1” lugs, and a full factory warranty.

Other features include:

  • Easy-pull starter with automatic compression relief
  • All new primary clutch 
  • Belt drive
  • New skis with tapered tips
  • Coil over rear shock
  • 4.5” travel up front
  • LED tail light
  • Graphics Kits
  • Mechanical fuel gauge 
  • Throttle Override Protection
  • Governor
  • Pre-filter on air intake
2018 Yamaha SnoScoot compared to the original 1988 model.
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