If you are interested in upgrading your recreation vehicle, adding to your current collection, or investing in your first recreation purchase, you need to be sure to check out all these fantastic manufacturer-offered incentives.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has altered life as we know it and our thoughts are with you as we navigate this pandemic together. Rollick is committed to helping you through these challenging times to maintain as much normalcy as possible. As we practice social distancing for the foreseeable future, Rollick is working hard to provide the safest and most transparent experience for consumers shopping for recreational vehicles.
If you are unsure whether your dealer is open or has changed their hours, take a look at our Dealer Coronavirus Update Page. We have compiled messages across social media from some of our Rollick Certified Dealers to let their customers know their status on the situation at hand.
If you are considering purchasing a new or used snowmobile, there are some questions you probably have about the process. In this buying guide, we answer as many of those questions as we can, such as what are the top snowmobile manufacturers and models, how much does a snowmobile cost, do you need insurance for a snowmobile and more. So let’s dig in and get you one step closer to enjoying the mountainside and trails in style.
Snowmobile pricing is fairly consistent between the unique types of snowmobiles available. Entry-level snowmobiles will cost anywhere from $2K to $7K, whereas Mountain snowmobiles will cost between $10K and $17.5K. In this article, we cover new and used snowmobile prices for some of the most popular models from the top manufacturers, including Yamaha, Polaris, Arctic Cat, and Ski-Doo.