The lineup for 2024 for Yamaha looks promising in the backcountry segment with improvements being made to the Mountain Max platform as well as the SXVenom MTN, which is an inspired mountain version of its popular SXVenom.
Mountain Max 800 LE 154 & 165
Available in Team Yamaha Blue, the single rail rear suspension and 794cc SDI two-stroke engine with the 154-inch by 2.60-inch Camso PowerClaw or the 165-inch by 3.00-inch Camso Powerclaw.
The race double-row running board edges include reinforced running boards and the 1.5-inch QS3 front shocks and QS3 center and QS3-L rear shock provide a 36-inch ski stance. The Mountain Max 800 LE platform includes Yamaha MTN skis, 20-inch tunnel bag, goggle bag, lightweight brake disc as well push button electric starting.
Mountain Max 800 LE 154 SL
The SL or “Super-Lite” version of the 2024 Mountain Max 800 includes similar highlights such as the Team Yamaha Blue color, single rail rear suspension, 794cc SDI two-stroke engine, race double-row running board edges, reinforced running boards,1.5-inch QS3 front shocks, QS3 center and QS3-L rear shocks, 36-inch ski stance, Yamaha MTN skis, goggle bag and lightweight brake disc.
However, the SL is manual start only with a shorter seat and gas tank. Plus the 154-inch by 3.00-inch lug, short style heat exchanger and small tunnel bag round out the differences.
Ice Blue & Redline color, the SXVenom MTN includes 7/8th size SMB, 397cc two-stroke engine, EFI with electric start, liquid cooled with U style rear cooler and exhaust power valve.
The LTW MNT seat has improved ERGOS and WT Down and the LTW (non-electric start) gas tank is 10.4 gallons verses 11.7 gallons. The 36-inch MTN ski stance improves maneuverability in deep snow and the narrow bodywork, CVTech clutches and 146-inch x 2.0-inch Challenger track highlight the features of the single beam rear suspension sled with twin-tube front, center and rear Shocks with Yamaha MTN skis.
This year’s Spring Power Surge program, running from today through April 4, 2023, is the best time to secure your ride for next season. SPS customers will receive great offers, including priority delivery and low interest rates with Yamaha Financial Services.
Canadian customers will place 2024 Snowmobile deposits with their local Yamaha dealer, while American customers can only place deposits online at www.yamahasnowmobiles.com. The 2024 Yamaha Snowmobile lineup offers a sled for everyone. Secure your ride now for next year and get the best deal during Spring Power Surge.
For complete model and SPS program information, American customers can visit YamahaSnowmobiles.com while Canadian customers head to yamaha-motor.ca/2024-snowmobiles.