and precisely. Notably, the ground clearance is massive on these machines at
13 inches, so we didn’t have a problem
hitting rocks or roots while traversing
the terrain. The wheel travel is another
notable feature, with 9 inches in the
front and 10 inches in the rear. We did
feel that the shocks were a bit too soft
as we bottomed out in deep ruts and
dug out sections of the trail. Adding
more preload could have helped.
Creature comforts on the quads were
great. They offer two locking storage
compartments on each front fender
and an accessory outlet to charge your
phone or other techie items. We enjoyed
the gear selector being next to the gas
cap, and it was simple to select between
low, high, neutral, reverse and park. The
brakes were impressive on these quads.
The handlebar-mounted hydraulic brake
lever has aggressive stopping power
that locked up all four wheels, and so
did the foot pedal brake.
The lower dual projector-beam
headlights provided stellar lighting, and
they’re not featured on many quads.
Even if Tinder or Farmers Only hasn’t
worked for you yet, the Argo XRT two-up
quads still handle well while riding solo.
You’ll get a catch soon enough!