Make a choice: a snowmobile or a SHERPA?
Did someone tell you that you can buy a snowmobile with the same features for less money? Did someone promise you that another snowmobile can make the same work as a SHERPA? Sorry, but you have been deceived.
A SHERPA is not just a snowmobile, and we would like you to check every single detail and every technical specification before you trust fairy tales. There are many words that they will not mention when they try to compare a snowmobile with a SHERPA, such as: "technology, standard equipment, performance and towing capability, stability and safety, reliability and lifespan, fuel consumption and emissions-control, operation and maintenance costs, etc." They will not mention these words, because they know they can't stand comparison.
Would you compare a pair of tennis-shoes with a pair of mountain-boots, even if the former are cheaper?
All the components are up to a big machine.
If you are going to buy a new machine, we do suggest you to dwell upon the machine's components: each component must be up to the work the machine will make, otherwise you are wasting your money.
If you take a look at the new SHERPA, you will not see any component borrowed from light scooters or similar toys: everything is made for a heavy duty machine as the SHERPA is.
From the engine to the chassis, from the high capacity battery to the powerful cooling radiator, from the massive gears transmission and brakes to the efficient pulleys of the CVT system, the SHERPA has the muscles and the frame of a big snow-cat, and you will hardly identify it as a simple snowmobile.
Yet it looks just like a snowmobile, and some say it's a very beautiful snowmobile: but design is a matter of taste, while solidity is an actual fact.