How much is a snowmobile?

How Much is a Snowmobile?

Snowmobiles

A snowmobile is a versatile vehicle that can be used for work, play and travel. They are awesome for hauling large items, getting up a steep incline, or just a day out enjoying the snowy trails and powder. As snowmobiles are more specific to cold, mountainous towns, purchasing a snowmobile might seem out of reach, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! Snowmobile dealers are abundant and so excited to help you find your next vehicle.
 
In this article, we will cover some of the current MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) for popular snowmobile models as well as the pricing for some used models. This article specifically covers snowmobile pricing, but if you are interested in learning more about snowmobiles and everything you need to know before purchase one, go check out of Ultimate Guide to Buying a snowmobile to learn about the top manufacturers, models, insurance, types and more.
 

How Much Does a Snowmobile Cost?

A snowmobile can cost anywhere from $2K to $20K+. Based on proprietary data from GoRollick, the average MSRP of a new snowmobile is $11,500. A new snowmobile can start out as low as the $2K range if you are looking at an entry-level base model. However, the more sophisticated, powerful crossover, touring and performance models can reach the $10K-$15K range. A used snowmobile can start as low as about $1,500, depending on the type, usage and year. Based on proprietary data from GoRollick, the average listing price of a used snowmobile is $6,500. The majority of used snowmobiles sell for somewhere between $4K and $10K. Of course, there are still available used models that can cost as much as $20K+.
 
There are 7 types of snowmobiles you can currently purchase: Entry-Level, Performance, Touring, Trail,  Mountain, Utility, and Crossover. As the names suggest, each type of snowmobile specializes in a different type of terrain, style of riding, or utilitarian need.
 


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New Snowmobile Pricing

Entry-Level

 
Performance

 
Touring

 
Trail

 
Mountain

 
Utility 

 
Crossover

 

Used Snowmobile Pricing

 
Yamaha

 
Polaris

 
Arctic Cat

 
Ski-Doo

 

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Conclusion

Snowmobile pricing is fairly consistent between the unique types of snowmobiles available. If you are looking for an entry-level snowmobile, you can expect to pay anywhere from $2K to $7K, whereas if you are looking for a Mountain snowmobile, you can expect to pay between $10K and $17.5K.
 
The prices mentioned above for new snowmobiles are the MSRP (manufacturer suggested retail price). It is always smart to look for dealer and manufacturer-sponsored incentives. We have a list of manufacturer incentives that we update monthly so you can always make sure you get the best deal possible. When you are in a dealership, ask if any models have discounts available as well.
 

GoRollick Buying Experience

When you’re ready to find your perfect snowmobile, be sure to check us out at gorollick.com.You can:

  • See nationwide inventory, specs, and incentive information
  • Get an upfront, transparent price on your desired vehicle
  • Receive special offers on both the vehicle, as well as additional accessories
  • Shop at one of our Certified Dealers who are committed to providing an exceptional buying experience

 

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