Zephyr, Cadet, Capri, MS-18, Grand Prix , SM-Racer , Mini-Sno
Production: 30,093 units
(14,864 to Canada, 15,229 to USA)

70 moto-ski  
Engines: Production sleds
  -223ccm JLO
-295ccm L295 JLO (21 H.P.)
-300ccm 191R Hirth (19 H.P.)
-317ccm 192R Hirth (20.5 H.P.)
-336ccm L340 JLO (23 H.P.)
-336ccm R340 JLO
-338ccm 194R Hirth (28 H.P.)
-340ccm SS Sachs (26 H.P. Grand Prix only)
-372ccm 200R Hirth (23 H.P.)
-375ccm L380 JLO (24 H.P.)
-438ccm 211R Hirth (24 H.P.)
-493ccm 220R Hirth (27 H.P.)
-634ccm 171R Hirth (36 H.P.)

SM-Racer engines:
Capri Body:
-295 Sachs
-340 Sachs
-396 JLO
-438 Hirth
Zephyr Body:
-634 Hirth 
-760 JLO
-793 Hirth (80 H.P.)

- Cowling redesigned with two rectangular headlights and grill in between (except SM-Racer and Mini-Sno)

- Backrest no longer says "Moto-Ski" and seat style is white w/blue center stripe on Capri, Zephyr, and MS-18.  Cadet uses a seat similar to the 1968 models with "Moto-Ski" embossed but all blue.  Grand Prix, Mini-Sno, and SM-Racer use an all black sport seat.

- Skis have rounded and more pronounced handles

- Flat/square tubular front and rear bumpers

- Introduction of 2 lens tail light to be used through 1972 

- Grand Prix prototype was a 1 seater with a huge trunk
- There was a reverse option offered on some MS-18 models but few were made and less survive.

- Mini Sno introduced mid year and is basically the same as the 71's except 1970 had a white engine cover, an aluminum bumper with a slightly different shape, and a fiberglass belly pan (among other differences).Both years used 1969 full size sled handlebar grips (only black), running board mats, and tail light lenses.  Another case where it was cheaper to use existing pieces than engineer new.