q Dealers are running out of space.
Each year the list of UTV models
grows longer and more complicated.
It’s gotten to the point that a retailer
can’t hope to display all the UTV
offerings available to him; the show-
room floor just isn’t big enough. So,
where do you go to see the width and
breadth of today’s UTV market? Right
here. This is Dirt Wheel’s annual
roundup of the most significant UTVs
on the market. Included are sport
models, utility offerings and multi-
passenger vehicles. The good news
is that the market is growing at both
ends. The high end is higher than
ever with a number of units busting
past the $20,000 mark. But, there are
more low-cost machines available
too. Today’s UTVs make for an incred-
ibly wide variety. Enjoy.
ARCTIC CAT WILDCAT 4 ($19,599)
Arctic Cat’s four-seat Wildcat is
29 inches longer and has room for
four, but otherwise has the same features as the standard Wildcat. That
includes the 951cc V-twin motor,
power steering and five-link rear suspension with 18 inches of travel.
There’s an LE that sells for $20,299
and has upgraded styling, seats, tires
and wheels. The Wildcat 4X sells for
$20,999 and has further upgrades,
including an engine package.
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2014 UTV BUYER’S GUIDE
By the staff of Dirt Wheels