The Challenger 750 isn’t an updated Challenger 700; it’s a whole new vehicle with new styling, more power, more suspension travel and numerous upgrades to improve comfort and usability. The engine is larger and the chassis is longerand narrower than the 700’s. It’s powered by a single cylinder, single overhead cam, five valve, 735cc engine with 35.8horsepower. The 750 has compression, rebound and spring preload adjustable piggybackreservoir shocks.
Travel is 9 inches up front and 8.1 inches in the rear, which is typical for recreation utility rigs. Front and rear sway bars fight body roll.
A new formed cab over the Rollover Protection Structure (ROPS) cage features an integrated roof and it creates a frame for the sealed windshield and the doors. Sculpted seats, a tilt wheel and automotivestyle analog instrumentation located in front of the steering wheel give the vehicle a car-like feel. In addition to the roof, windshield and doors, the base Challenger 750 has premium features including a 3500 lb winch, aluminum wheels, side mirrors, LED headlights, and turn signals . Power steering is available as an option along with numerous accessories, and there is a power steering model on the way.
The Challenger 750 is $10,999 or $11,299 in camo.