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2010 Arctic Cat TRV 700 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat TRV 700 H1 EFI
Arctic Cat helped launch the touring ATV class with this machine at its initial release. Driver and passenger sit stadium-style, the passenger getting a padded backrest and integrated footrests to accompany the higher perch. A simple pin-attachment system allows passenger seat removal on TRV models for...
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2010 Arctic Cat TBX 700 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat TBX 700 H1 EFI
The TBX nameplate returns for 2010 with Arctic Cat’s same pickup-truck concept with its large cargo box and utility focus. The fuel-injected 700 single and stout chassis give the TBX more than 1,000 pounds of towing capacity. Adjustable preload on the suspension keeps the ride tuned when the cargo...
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2010 Arctic Cat Mud Pro 650 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat Mud Pro 650 EFI
ALL-NEW MODEL: This might be the smallest-displacement Mud Pro, but it’s not an entry-level machine. This lime-green mudder is powered by the Arctic Cat-built 650 H1 engine. It mates with the ground wearing economical 14-inch steel wheels but shod with the same 28-inch Maxxis Zilla mud tires. Due to...
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2010 Arctic Cat 700 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat 700 H1 EFI
Arctic Cat’s fuel-injected 700 engine has a wide torque curve that makes the most of its dual-range transmission for work and play. Standard features include a 2-inch receiver; a multi-function gauge; a full-length skid plate; and the SpeedRack system for attaching accessories. WHAT’S NEW: The base...
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2010 Arctic Cat TRV 550 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat TRV 550 H1 EFI
When Arctic Cat expanded this model to include more engine options last year, the 550 hit a displacement and price target. For 2010, that doesn’t change. The fuel-injected, 545cc engine has plenty of power to tour with two people aboard, and the chassis – with its 58-inch wheelbase – is roomy....
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2010 Arctic Cat 550 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat 550 H1 EFI
A new model last year, for 2010 the 550 H1 EFI comes with updates and the option for an LE model that has a larger feature list. WHAT’S NEW: Narrower, reshaped bodywork makes this ATV feel smaller and a new seat lets riders sit “in” the machine. It lowers the center of gravity for better handling...
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2010 Arctic Cat TRV 400

2010 Arctic Cat TRV 400
Arctic Cat’s price-point, two-passenger ATV returns using the 400-class liquid-cooled single that sips from a 5.3 gallon fuel tank for all-day touring. Cat’s sit-in suspension configuration means that the machine is more stable for two-up riding. A digital gauge displays all the vital drive info,...
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2010 Arctic Cat 650 H1

2010 Arctic Cat 650 H1
The 650 H1, back in Cat’s sport/utility chassis, uses the company’s own carbureted power plant. It has the 14-function gauge full of driver info and Cat’s leading features like the SpeedRack system, 2-inch receiver hitch and 11 inches of ground clearance. The 2010 machine is restyled and hosts...
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2010 Arctic Cat 450 H1 EFI

2010 Arctic Cat 450 H1 EFI
ALL-NEW MODEL: Arctic Cat has another engine in its own manufacturing stable: the new 450 H1 EFI. This new single overhead cam engine is liquid cooled and designed with a wide torque band and EFI keeps it running smooth. The “ride-in” suspension tuning that first appeared on the Thundercat keeps...
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2010 Arctic Cat 366 4×4

2010 Arctic Cat 366 4×4
The 366 returns as Cat’s entry-level, lowest-priced 4×4. The downsized, big-feature machine has been updated again for 2010 but returns with the core attributes: fully-independent front and rear suspension, shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive, 2-inch receiver hitch, 10 inches of ground clearance,...
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