Arctic Cat’s newest UTV is the utility-inspired HDX 700
Crew that can carry a driver and up to five passengers.
The bed can handle 1000 pounds, and the Crew can tow
up to 1500 pounds. The engine is a 695cc, single-cylinder
four-stroke that is electronically fuel-injected. You can get
this HDX in green, red or spend an extra $500 for the camo
BAD BOY STAMPEDE 900 ($13,799)
The Stampede is a new machine with recreational utility features and an 80-horsepower engine. This Bad Boy
has dual-A-arm suspension with 9. 25 inches of travel up
front and in the rear with 10. 5 inches of travel. There is an
EPS option for an additional $1000, and an EPS+ version
with aluminum wheels and premium seats.
ARCTIC CAT HDX 700/500 XT ($14,999/$11,999)
The HDX 700 XT and 500 share the same frame with the
same suspension system of dual A-arms front and rear
with 10 inches of travel. Both machines seat three and
have a 1000-pound-capacity tilting cargo bed. The 700 XT
comes with EPS. Both machines have a 4x4 system with a
front-locking differential and two-wheel-drive mode.
CAN-AM MAVERICK X3/X3 X DS ($22,999/$24,999)
The new Can-Am Maverick X3 has a 154-horsepower,
900cc, turbocharged three-cylinder engine. This 64-inch-
wide machine has 20 inches of suspension travel on each
corner and has dual-A-arm suspension and trailing arms
in the rear. The X3 X ds gains a set of aluminum beadlock
wheels and adjustable Fox Podium RC2 reservoir shocks.
BAD BOY STAMPEDE XTR (TBD)
Bad Boy has been making UTVs for a little while now,
and their new Stampede has just been extended to provide four-passenger seating. The Stampede XTR carries
an 80-horsepower, 846cc, four-stroke engine that is liquid-cooled and electronically fuel-injected. It can tow up
to 2000 pounds and can hold 600 pounds in its tilting cargo
bed. Electronic power steering comes standard on this
CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 X RS ($26,699)
The Maverick X3 X rs is the first production UTV that is
72 inches wide, and it beats its competition out with the
longest suspension travel at 24 inches in the rear and 22
inches up front with Fox shocks. Beadlock wheels with
30-inch Maxxis Big Horn 2.0 tires come standard. Ground
clearance is a healthy 15 inches. EPS is standard.