You need to have an understanding of the type of vehicle you get into before you start your trip to an adventurous road. Offroad vehicles come in different type, with every type presenting itself in its own fascinating sight.
Given below are the same types of side by side offroad vehicles :
- Polaris RZR XP (2 & 4) 1000
When it comes to recreational vehicles, this sort of offroad vehicle has defined to be the most amused one in the market.
- Polaris RZR XP Turbo (2 & 4) Turbo
4 seater, RideNow Phoenix2, another hot selling UTV from Polaris, installs a ton of tougher driveline, engine, transmission upgrades.
- New Yamaha YXZ 1000
Special edition yellow, RideNow surprise comes with a UTV segment first, 5-speed transmission with sequential shifting.
- Polaris RZR 4 900 EPS
The little brother to the RZR XP model takes the 4th spot in our list, mostly cause of their price and not so aggressive power and suspension.
- Hondo 1000-5 Deluxe in White.
RideNow Powersports, Goodyear, AZ5 has everything that you will need when it comes to multi-purpose UTV's.
- Polaris Ranger CREW XP 900-6
Bronze Gold, RideNow Apache Junction6 is available in both 5 and 6 seat designs with all of the features, you could ever imagine it to be with.
- Can-Am Maverick X3
Turbo Gold, RideNow Peoria, AZ7 is the highest ever performance UTV released by Can-Am till date. It is destined to make the Polaris look at Can-Am's a little longer.
- Polaris Ranger XP 900
Longest running UTV segment improves every year with its latest model editions, with a variety of different configurations with 3-6 seats.
- Yamaha Viking VI
A vehicle specially designed for hunting and fall harvest seasons. They are the toughest and the most hardworking utility-based vehicles which are fun to ride on.
- Polaris General 1000
A cross between a Ranger and the RZR blend. The suspension travel is over 13 in the back and 12.25 in the front, giving it enough rough confidence on the trail.
In this Infographic you'll learn about different types of side by side offroad vehicles. If you’re a new enthusiast or just wanting to learn more about offroad vehicles then do visit my Blog - A Riders Journal For A Safe Offroad Adventure.