The Jackal: UTV or Trophy Car?

Matt Martelli - CEO

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UTV’s fundamentally changed off-road road culture forever. They lowered the barrier to entry so that nearly everyone can afford to have incredible off-road experiences. The UTV platform continues to evolve with recent variations including Honda’s Talon, Kawasaki’s KRX, and Yamaha’s YXZ. So what do we define as a UTV? Size? Horsepower? Belt drive? Cost? Most of those barriers have been broken with new entries such as Honda with their DCT transmission and Yamaha’s Sequential 5-Speed Transmission. I remember test driving the Arctic Cat WildCat in Barstow thinking immediately that this was a mini Class 1 Car with 4 wheel drive. UTV’s are no longer Utility Terrain Vehicles rather they are now Unlimited Terrain Vehicles.

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Is it just me or am I the only person who hasn’t jumped on the side by side train? I know it’s all personal preference, but i don’t get it. They’re too wide and it doesn’t seem very fun using a steering wheel. I do understand you can have passengers Sarkari Result Pnr Status 192.168.1.1 but besides that, why do you use them over quads?
 
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