FAQ

ABOUT THE RESERVATION PROCESS

All Widescape products are sold through our network of certified Widescape dealers. We are currently developing our dealer network in the United States and hope to confirm partners by the end of 2023. You can still request to reserve your WS250 and we’ll be sure to contact you as soon as a dealer is confirmed in your area.

You can order a WS250 if you live outside Canada but your unit will be need to be purchased and delivered through our dealer network in Canada.

$7,099 USD + tax, includes transport & preparation

Widescape is only sold through our network of authorized Widescape dealers. Delivery options will need to be coordinated with your local Widescape certified dealer.

Demos and trials will be possible through our network of certified dealers starting next winter.

It will be possible to see the WS250 in person at various events in Canada this fall and winter. Check out our events page for all the information.

Please send any queries to info@widescape.ca

ABOUT THE WS250

The WS250 is powered by a 242cc 4-stroke engine with electronic fuel injection, which was developed specifically for our vehicle. Purposefully crafted to be lightweight, compact and robust, it produces 20 HP (trust us, with a vehicle this light, it’s more than enough). Coupled with our lightweight aluminum chassis and custom-built components, we get an attractive power-to-weight ratio, which banks on the agility and drivability of the vehicle.

The WS250 was designed with adaptability in mind and has an adjustable handlebar that can be raised or lowered according to the rider’s height. The front suspension can also be adjusted according to the rider’s weight.

2.2 x 0.8 x 1.3m (7.2’ x 2.62’ x 4.26’)

Width of the track: 12 inches (305mm)

Length of track: 105 inches (2673mm)

200 lbs (90kg)

The WS250 has a fuel consumption rate of 3 liters/hour and has an 8-liter fuel tank. Depending on riding style, you can easily enjoy the vehicle for a full day of riding with a full tank of gas.

We are currently working on a range of accessories.

Depending on variables such as altitude, snow conditions, and rider weight, the WS250 can go up to 40 mph.

Unfortunately, the WS250 isn’t designed to pull or tow any weight.

The vehicle is categorized as a snowmobile, therefore, it will need to be licensed through your province/state and insured.

The WS250 is categorized as a snowmobile, however, it’s not designed for trail use.

The Widescape WS250 is a lightweight, nimble and agile vehicle that will challenge you physically and take you in new and uncharted territories. If that’s your kind of winter rider, Widescape is for you.

The WS250 can easily climb steep hills but it is not designed to be a high-altitude backcountry snowmobile. It is designed to be a fun and agile off-road explorer.

The WS250 is powered by a 242cc 4-stroke engine with electronic fuel injection, which was developed specifically for our vehicle. Purposefully crafted to be lightweight, compact and robust, it produces 20 HP (trust us, with a vehicle this light, it’s more than enough). Coupled with our lightweight aluminum chassis and custom-built components, we get an attractive power-to-weight ratio, which banks on the agility and drivability of the vehicle.

The WS250 was designed with adaptability in mind and has an adjustable handlebar that can be raised or lowered according to the rider’s height. The front suspension can also be adjusted according to the rider’s weight.

2.2 x 0.8 x 1.3m (7.2’ x 2.62’ x 4.26’)

Width of the track: 12 inches (305mm)

Length of track: 105 inches (2673mm)

200 lbs (90kg)

The WS250 has a fuel consumption rate of 3 liters/hour and has an 8-liter fuel tank. Depending on riding style, you can easily enjoy the vehicle for a full day of riding with a full tank of gas.

We are currently working on a range of accessories.

Depending on variables such as altitude, snow conditions, and rider weight, the WS250 can go up to 40 mph.

Unfortunately, the WS250 isn’t designed to pull or tow any weight.

The vehicle is categorized as a snowmobile, therefore, it will need to be licensed through your province/state and insured.

The WS250 is categorized as a snowmobile, however, it’s not designed for trail use.

The Widescape WS250 is a lightweight, nimble and agile vehicle that will challenge you physically and take you in new and uncharted territories. If that’s your kind of winter rider, Widescape is for you.

The WS250 can easily climb steep hills but it is not designed to be a high-altitude backcountry snowmobile. It is designed to be a fun and agile off-road explorer.

FAQ

ABOUT THE RESERVATION PROCESS

All Widescape products are sold through our network of certified Widescape dealers. We are currently developing our dealer network in the United States and hope to confirm partners by the end of 2023. You can still request to reserve your WS250 and we’ll be sure to contact you as soon as a dealer is confirmed in your area.

$7,099 USD + tax, includes transport & preparation

Widescape is only sold through our network of authorized Widescape dealers. Delivery options will need to be coordinated with your local Widescape certified dealer.

Customers wishing to test the vehicle before purchasing it will need to check with their local Widescape dealer.

It will be possible to see the WS250 in person at various events in Canada this fall and winter. Check out our events page for all the information.

You can still order a WS250 if you live outside Canada but your unit will be need to be purchased and delivered through our dealer network in Canada.

Please send any queries to info@widescape.ca

ABOUT THE WS250

The WS250 is powered by a 242cc 4-stroke engine with electronic fuel injection, which was developed specifically for our vehicle. Purposefully crafted to be lightweight, compact and robust, it produces 20 HP (trust us, with a vehicle this light, it’s more than enough). Coupled with our lightweight aluminum chassis and custom-built components, we get an attractive power-to-weight ratio, which banks on the agility and drivability of the vehicle.

The WS250 was designed with adaptability in mind and has an adjustable handlebar that can be raised or lowered according to the rider’s height. The front suspension can also be adjusted according to the rider’s weight.

2.2 x 0.8 x 1.3m (7.2’ x 2.62’ x 4.26’)

Width of the track: 12 inches (305mm)

Length of track: 105 inches (2673mm)

200 lbs (90kg)

The WS250 has a fuel consumption rate of 3 liters/hour and has an 8-liter fuel tank. Depending on riding style, you can easily enjoy the vehicle for a full day of riding with a full tank of gas.

We are currently working on a range of accessories.

Depending on variables such as altitude, snow conditions, and rider weight, the WS250 can go up to 40 mph.

Unfortunately, the WS250 isn’t designed to pull or tow any weight.

The vehicle is categorized as a snowmobile, therefore, it will need to be licensed through your province/state and insured.

The WS250 is categorized as a snowmobile, however, it’s not designed for trail use.

The Widescape WS250 is a lightweight, nimble and agile vehicle that will challenge you physically and take you in new and uncharted territories. If that’s your kind of winter rider, Widescape is for you.

The WS250 can easily climb steep hills but it is not designed to be a high-altitude backcountry snowmobile. It is designed to be a fun and agile off-road explorer.