ATV Utility Category

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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2010 Arctic Cat 300 2×4

2010 Arctic Cat 300 2×4
A name and engine replacement for the 250 2×4, the 300 2×4 hits a price and size target. The 300-class liquid-cooled engine that was new last year on the 300 DVX replaces the 249cc single no longer in Cat’s lineup. A CVT transmission has a high range for sporty driving and low range for putting...
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2010 Arctic Cat 150 2×4

2010 Arctic Cat 150 2×4
A new model in 2009, Arctic Cat positions its 150 2×4 as a “tweener” machine that fits riders who are too large for the youth-sized 90s and not-yet-large enough or experienced enough for a full-size unit. The 150 is certified for the 14-plus-year-old class. At 39.2 inches wide, it’s stable...
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2010 Can-Am Outlander Max 800R EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander Max 800R EFI
Our 2-up shootout winner last spring gets upgrades in a highly competitive touring field. It’s powered by the 800R’s low-rumbling, 71 hp twin, but the chassis is stretched for touring. WHAT’S NEW: Slightly tweaked front suspension settings lighten steering, plus it gets new wheels. SPECIAL OPTIONS:...
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2010 Can-Am Renegade 800R EFI

2010 Can-Am Renegade 800R EFI
No machine sounds like the Renegade 800R, and no machine packs its punch. It’s a 4×4 sport quad with 71 hp out of the box. It’s got all of the snort of the Outlander 800R, plus features such as high-end shocks, full floorboards and 50 fewer pounds to carry around. WHAT’S NEW: Another special...
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2010 Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI
The sport’s strongest engine and most sporty 4×4 utility chassis are combined with new features in 2010 in the Outlander 800R family. The 71 hp V-twin means business, and features like the Visco-Lok front diff, A-arm suspensions and easy-going ergos attract a sporty crowd. WHAT’S NEW: Two-stage...
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