While the sport quad market has taken an unfortunate hit on sales and machines becoming discontinued, there are still a lot of great sport ATVs
ARCTIC CAT TRV1000 LIMITED ($12,999) It’s up to you; you can either strengthen your marriage or destroy it with the TRV1000. The flagship of the
APEX ($3800-$4000) Apex designs highly specialized racing minis in Chandler, Arizona, then has some of the parts built overseas. They come with two-stroke motors in
ARCTIC CAT 300 ($4299) Arctic Cat offered a price-conscious 2WD utility quad long before it became a fashion trend. The 300 is powered by a
4X4 ARCTIC CAT MUDPRO 1000 LE ($14,399) Someone at Arctic Cat must have come up with this idea in a dream. Who would have guessed
Every year, it’s like a whole new world. The landscape of modern ATVs is always changing, and each season there’s a new trend that needs
APEX 450MX ($13,000)If you’re a racer, you probably already know all about Apex. The Arizona-based company first made its name with custom mini racers.
The ATV world is always changing. Over the past 15 years, we’ve seen it shift from conservative times with modest offerings to technological hyperdrive, with
ARCTIC CAT TRV 1000 GT/ TRV 1000 CRUISER ($12,999/$13,899)This is the big ’Cat. The TRV line differs from the other Arctic Cats with
HONDA RANCHERThe Honda Rancher name covers about a hundred different models, all with the same basic chassis and 420cc, liquid-cooled, EFI motor with its longitudinal
ARCTIC CAT 90/DVX90 ($2699)The two Arctic Cat 90s are built on the same chassis and engine, but have very different bodywork and styling.
ARCTIC CAT 1000i GT ($11,999)Once known as the Thundercat, the 1000i GT is the flagship of the Arctic Cat recreation line. It has a massive