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2019 Textron Prolwer Pro!

Textron announces the addition of three new vehicles to its Textron Off Road Prowler™ Pro lineup. The new, six-passenger Prowler Pro Crew XT brings quiet power and performance to the multi-passenger market, while the new three- and six-passenger Ranch editions offer premium accessories and a custom Atomic Copper color for a more customized look. “We continue to develop state-of-the-art Textron Off Road vehicles that meet a wide variety of enthusiasts’ needs,” said John Collins, Vice President, Consumer for Textron…

Caterpillar Joins Forces with Textron

Next year Textron will have "Cat Yellow" machines just for you. Caterpillar announces plans to enter the utility vehicle market. The company has entered into a manufacturing and supply agreement with Textron Specialized Vehicles Inc. and will offer UTV models sold through participating Cat ® dealerships starting in 2018. “We are excited about our introduction of the first-ever Cat UTV models. We look forward to offering a vehicle specifically designed to serve the needs of our existing as well as new customers,”…

All New 2018 Can-Am Defender Lineup!

DEFENDER SERIES The all new Defender lineup for 2018 comes with some new tech that is essentially the utility vehicles answer to a Polaris Dynamix. The introduction of Smart-Lok technology allows an array of intelligent modes for different riding conditions. The driver has the option to select between four modes: 2x4 / 4x4 fully locked / 4x4 ROCK and 4x4 TRAIL. The preset ROCK and TRAIL settings are designed to enhance the off-road experience by offering a more customized feel to match to specific terrain, conditions and…

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 Test

Honda is out to offer owners of UTVs with serious work capabilities something more. Not more hauling or towing capacity; it matches the class leaders there. The new Pioneer 1000 has a six-speed, paddle-shift transmission that’s more fun than an automatic, and it can operate as an automatic too. IS THE PIONEER 1000 ALL NEW? Yes. The 1000 is not a Pioneer 700 with a larger engine. It’s an all-new vehicle that’s longer, wider and more powerful. These machines have tilting beds that can carry 1000 pounds, and they can tow…