2011 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI ($9499)The 700 has one of the biggest pistons in the ATV world—but only one. The massive single-cylinder engine produces impressive
2011 ARCTIC CAT 90 UTILITY ($2699)Okay, if he’s 12 years old, he’s old enough to work for his quad. What better way than allow him
2011 ARCTIC CAT 1000 MUD PRO ($13,299)Since their introduction in 2009, the Arctic Cat Mud Pros have been quads made for more than just getting
2011 ARCTIC CAT 90 DVX ($2699)The littlest Cat is designed for riders 12 and older. It has single A-arm front suspension and swingarm rear suspension
2011 ARCTIC CAT TRV 550 ($8499)Arctic Cat has enjoyed success with the TRV two-up line, and so there are more versions offered for 2011. The
2011 ARCTIC CAT 700/650 MUD PRO ($9999/$8799)The 650 and 700 Mud Pros have most of the features of the big 1000, but they have single-cylinder
2011 ARCTIC CAT 1000 LTD ($12,299)This is the Big One: the Thundercat. The Arctic Cat 1000 returns, and it’s still the biggest of the big.
2011 ARCTIC CAT 150 4×2 ($3999)Arctic Cat calls this a “transitional” model for riders 14 and older. It’s basically a scaled-down version of a utility
2011 ARCTIC CAT 700 SUPERDUTY DIESEL ($9999)Arctic Cat understands the need for diesel-powered equipment in work applications. When an ATV is used side-by-side with heavy
2011 ARCTIC CAT TBX700 LTD ($9999)The TBX700 is a cross between a UTV and a utility ATV. Setting it apart is a dump box with
2011 ARCTIC CAT 650 ($7299)Even though the 650 is one of Arctic Cat’s more basic models, it still is fairly sophisticated. The 641cc liquid-cooled motor
2011 ARCTIC CAT 300 UTILITY ($3999)Under the utilitarian bodywork and racks, the 300 has the same basic chassis and powerplant as the sporty 300 DVX.