Important 2022 Ski-Doo PHOTOS and SPECS

NHRoadking

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Doo dropped their spring order warranty from 4 to 3 years. Lame move. So much for confidence in the product.

I guess we get the Lynx instead of a G5 and a 34 inch front end on the Expert? Yawn.

Doo did what they always doo, they now have an accessory you can buy to add back the glove box they got rid off with the new hood. Genius.

At least the trail guys get something. For one year anyway, they get the new Mach according to Doo. Go figure.

Maybe Polaris will have some cool stuff this year. Here's hoping.
 

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Doo dropped their spring order warranty from 4 to 3 years. Lame move. So much for confidence in the product.

I guess we get the Lynx instead of a G5 and a 34 inch front end on the Expert? Yawn.

Doo did what they always doo, they now have an accessory you can buy to add back the glove box they got rid off with the new hood. Genius.

At least the trail guys get something. For one year anyway, they get the new Mach according to Doo. Go figure.

Maybe Polaris will have some cool stuff this year. Here's hoping.
This was NOT the year for a new Chassis.
There was just no compelling reason to leave the GEN4 behind yet
 

NHRoadking

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This was NOT the year for a new Chassis.
There was just no compelling reason to leave the GEN4 behind yet

The Gen 4 is good, but it could be better.

For example, the T-motion rear suspension appeared in the 2013 model year sleds, and has stayed the same ever since. With the 2022 sleds, that makes 10 model years with no upgrades or changes to the rear suspension. That is forever in technology.
 
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