Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Cool New ATVs Hitting The Dirt

ATVs, also known as all-terrain vehicles, come in both sport and sport utility varieties. Sport ATVs are used mainly for racing and recreation, while utility-style vehicles are used for ranching, hunting, and more work-related activities. Once you have determined which category of ATV you need, it's time to consider the latest options hitting the dirt this season.

The 2013 Polaris RZR XP 900 HO First Ride is a utility vehicle that has been a popular option since the very first RZR model debuted in 2007. Enthusiasts of the RZR will be thrilled to discover a new model that takes to the dunes and trails as if it was running on smooth ground. Consumers looking for a two-seat racing utility vehicle suited to desert landscapes will find this model is quick to please.

In the world of ATVs, Kawasaki is a household name. The 2013 Kawasaki Brute Force 4x4i EPS Special Edition promises big fun on the dirt trails. This new model bridges the gap between sport and sport utility with a design that is perfect for farming duties, trail riding, and even racing. A variable belt drive ensures that the ride is smooth over any terrain, with a technological determination to get up those hills no matter the incline.

Those that do not have a lot of money to dish out on the more costly ATVs will appreciate the 2013 Can-Am DS 250. With an MSRP of less than $4,000, this model is ideal for beginning or experienced enthusiasts ages 14 and up. It makes a great racing quad with its steel-braided brake lines, hydraulic disc brakes, and front and rear shocks. It is also one of the more lightweights at only 419 lbs.

Farms and ranches with forest acreage or rocky terrain can benefit from the new Can-Am Outlander 1000 XT-P. With enough power to get you over the steepest hills, the heavy-duty wheels and protected undercarriage rolls right over rocks and fallen branches without so much as a snag. Plus, the 2012 XT model was considered the best ATV of 2012, so this new version has already been highly anticipated by the biggest enthusiasts.

Similarly, the 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 450 4x4 is one of those ATVs that puts in its share of hard labor. This model has an outstanding throttle response and the engine performs at all rpms. Even when traversing creeks and mud puddles, the Grizzly has a wide enough floorboard to keep shoes dry. It is also designs to give the rider easy access to the under seat electrical components.

ATVs just wouldn't be the same if they couldn't traverse all types terrains, and now the 2013 Gibbs Quadski can go where no other ATV has gone before-in the water! This amphibian vehicle serves as both a personal watercraft and an ATV. The combination of these two vehicles is by far the most exciting new addition to come out of ATV history. While most consumers may not find a use for amphibian ATVs of this sort, they still promise to make a splash.

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