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2009 Arctic Cat 700 H1 EFI

Cat’s second generation 700 4×4 features an Arctic Cat-built, fuel-injected engine. Standard features include a 2-inch receiver; a multi-function digital gauge; a full-length skid plate; and the SpeedRack system for attaching accessories. What’s New: New suspension settings, borrowed from the...
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2009 Arctic Cat 700 H1 EFI Mud Pro

ALL-NEW MODEL: Cat engineers built the sport’s first mud-specific machine, using feedback from true mud riders. It starts with big tires: large, 28-inch mud-specific Outlaw MST diggers designed for mud holes. They are found at the base of a mud-specific suspension and chassis setup that includes a...
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2009 Arctic Cat TRV 700 H1 EFI Cruiser

Introduced as a late 2008 model, the Cruiser TRV immediately raised the bar for 2-Up ATV touring. The 1000 Cruiser may steal more headlines, but the 700 has unique features, including a 3,000-pound Warn winch. The front pod is classy, with its hand protection, windshield, dual mirrors, multi-function...
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2009 Arctic Cat TRV 550 H1 EFI

ALL-NEW MODEL: Cat shared its new, fuel-injected, 545cc engine with its long-wheelbase chassis to create the TRV 550. The powerplant creates comfortable touring power – it’s steady and predictable. Pull two pins, and the 2-Up seat can be removed when not riding with passenger. In its place, an optional...
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2009 Arctic Cat TRV 400

ALL-NEW MODEL: Cat now has a price-point two-passenger ATV, for the family on the go. It gets a full-sized chassis, with the same comfortable 2-Up seat setup as the TRV 550 and past year’s non-Cruiser models. Integrated footrests and easy to use handholds add to passenger comfort. The air-cooled, carbureted...
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2009 Arctic Cat 550 H1 EFI

ALL-NEW MODEL: A new engine was coupled with a modified chassis to create this winning machine. The fuel-injected engine, made at Cat’s St. Cloud, Minn., facility, features a single overhead cam, four valves and a hemispherical combustion chamber. During our tests, we found it to be amazingly spunky...
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2009 Arctic Cat 500 4×4

The name is the same, but a lot has changed with Arctic Cat’s 500-class 4×4, whether as a CVT automatic or a five-speed foot shifter. WHAT’S NEW: Say goodbye to the last Suzuki engine in an Arctic Cat ATV, as the 499cc Suzuki single has been replaced by a livelier, Cat-built, four-valve, 493cc...
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2009 Arctic Cat 366 4×4

Back for its sophomore season, the 366 returns as Cat’s entry-level four-wheel-drive ATV. Big machine features include fully-independent front and rear suspensions, shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive, 2-inch receiver hitch, 10 inches of ground clearance, CVT engine braking, SpeedRack system and digital...
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2009 Arctic Cat 250 2×4

Slotted between the smallish 150 and the mid-sized 366, Cat’s 250 cuts its own path. It’s a step up in size, capacity and horsepower from the 150, providing more work abilities, thanks to a high or low gear option, larger tires, more suspension travel, hydraulic brakes all the way around and an all-around...
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2009 Arctic Cat 90

2009 Arctic Cat 90 4x2 Safe learning and fun times meet at Cat’s 90 model. It features full floorboards, decent brakes, an adjustable suspension and an engine that’s governed to 15 mph. A spacer can be removed to boost top speed up to 30 mph, once the kids prove themselves worthy. The standard model...
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