BUYER’S GUIDE: 2024 TWO-SEAT SPORT UTVs

Normally aspirated, 64-inch-and-wider high-performance machines By the staff of Dirt Wheels

2024 Two Seat Sport UTVs

Sport and extreme-performance, normally aspirated side-by-sides are 64 inches wide and now up to 74 inches wide with bucket seating for two adults. Most have more than a foot of travel, and the new RZR Pro R has over 2 feet of travel. Most have a fixed bed with around 300 pounds of cargo capacity; although, the Can-Am Commander and Polaris General cross-over UTVs have dumping beds. Here are the 2024 two-seat sport machines from Arctic Cat, Can-Am, CFMoto, Hisun, Honda (2023s), Kawasaki, Polaris, Segway, Speed UTV and Yamaha.

Discontinued models for 2024: Arctic Cat base Wildcat XX and Can-Am Maverick Sport X XC. 

ARCTIC CAT WILDCAT XX LTD/SE/BLACK HILLS

The Wildcat XX LTD, SE and Black Hills Edition are 64-inch-wide, high-performance sport machines. All are powered by a naturally aspirated, 130-horsepower, three-cylinder, double-overhead-cam, 12-valve, 998cc Yamaha engine with a fully automatic, belt-type continuously variable transmission (CVT). For 2022, the Wildcat XX LTD and SE models were equipped with the all-new ADAPT clutch system featuring Arctic Cat-designed drive and driven clutches for increased performance and better serviceability. The system provides faster acceleration and a smoother power delivery. 

The Wildcat XX uses double-A-arm front suspension, and the Robbie Gordon trailing-arm rear suspension features double-shear mounts and 18 inches of travel with Fox 2.5 Podium QS3 shocks. Wildcat XXs also feature a roomy cab, full doors, an extremely sturdy cage, and 30-inch CST Behemoth tires on 15-inch KMC wheels. 

Also new for 2023, the Black Hills Edition has a lower gear-ratio trans-axle, 32-inch tires, and a Garmin Tread powersport navigator that can be seamlessly integrated with installation kits for the Wildcat XX. Included mounting hardware allows the Tread to be mounted on the dash. It features a glove-friendly touchscreen and is built to withstand extreme temperatures, terrains and weather. The unit has preloaded topographic and street maps for North and South America. The premium GPS kit adds the capability for Group Ride radio (available in the U.S. only), which features group tracking for up to 20 riders. The LTD adds front and rear bumpers and color-matched suspension and ROPS cage, and the Special Edition sports a front bumper, rock sliders, and color-matched suspension and ROPS cage. The new Black Hills XX adds a 4,500-pound winch to the SE features. There is no base Wildcat XX for 2024.
See a full test of the Wildcat XX here: https://utvactionmag.com/test-textron-wildcat-xx/.
     See the entire Arctic Cat UTV line here: https://arcticcat.txtsv.com/side-by-side.

CAN-AM MAVERICK SPORT X RC

Can-Am’s Maverick Sport X rc is a 64-inch-wide, 100-horsepower machine with a special accessory package aimed at rock crawlers. A 976cc, 8-valve V-twin engine provides the power. The Maverick Sport X rc also features Can-Am’s Smart-Lok front differential that’s specially tuned for rock crawling. Smart-Lok has two toggles on the dash to select from four modes: 2×4, 4×4 fully locked, 4×4 Trail Active (rock) and 4×4 Trail. Also, there’s a  four-way toggle for the digital readout.

The X rc’s rock-crawling accessory package includes half doors, 30-inch Maxxis Liberty tires on 14-inch wheels, UHMW rock sliders, suspension-arm protection and front diff guards, rear bumper, front tow hook, and a 4,500-pound winch with synthetic rope, premium tail light, and Hybrid White and Legion Red painted bodywork and suspension arms. Arched A-arms add ground clearance for rocky, rutted terrain. The Maverick Sport interior includes a low seating position and plenty of storage.
See UTV Action’s full test of the Maverick Sport X rc here: https://utvactionmag.com/test-can-am-maverick-sport-1000x-rc/.
     See more Can-Am UTVs here: https://can-am.brp.com/off-road.

CAN-AM MAVERICK SPORT X MR 1000R

Can-Am’s Maverick Sport X mr 1000R is a 100-horsepower, 64-inch-wide machine with a special accessory package aimed at mud riders. A 976cc, eight-valve V-twin engine supplies the power, and the X mr model lets you tune the power delivery with the Sport and Eco throttle-map switch on the dash. The Maverick Sport X mr also features Can-Am’s Smart-Lok front differential. Smart-Lok has two toggles on the dash to select from four modes: 2×4, 4×4 fully locked, 4×4 Trail Active (mud) and 4×4 Trail. The X mr’s mud-riding accessory package includes engine and transmission snorkels, half doors, 30-inch XPS Swamp Force tires on 14-inch wheels, fender flare extensions, full skid plate, front bumper, front tow hook, a 4,500-pound winch with synthetic rope, signature LED lights, and Hyper Silver and Legion Red painted bodywork and suspension components.
See UTV Action’s full test of a previous Maverick Sport model here: https://utvactionmag.com/test-can-am-maverick-sport/.
     See more Can-Am UTVs here: https://can-am.brp.com/off-road.

 

CAN-AM COMMANDER DPS/XT/XT-P

The Can-Am Commander DPS/XT/XT-P are 62- (DPS & XT) or 64-inch-wide (XT-P) sport utility UTVs powered by a 52-horsepower, 650cc single (DPS & XT) or a 100-horsepower 976cc V-twin with Sport and Eco power delivery modes. Variable- rate power steering, double-A-arm front and rear suspension with front and rear sway bars and up to 15 inches of travel give the Commanders agile handling and the ability to handle rough trails at speed. These machines have fully automatic transmissions with engine braking, a cabin that’s easy to enter and exit, full doors, unlockable rear differentials, and a tilting bed that holds 600 pounds of cargo and has storage compartments in its sides. The DPS and XT models have 12.5 inches of front travel and 13 inches in the rear. The DPS comes with 27-inch tires, 14-inch steel wheels and a 4.5-inch instrument display. The XT package also includes 28-inch tires on 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels, XT front bumper, 4,500-pound winch, roof, 7.6-inch digital display with keypad, LED headlights and painted or camp- wrapped bodywork. The XT-P has 15 inches of travel front and rear. It gets 30-inch Hammer Force tires on 15-inch beadlock wheels, Smart-Lok fully locking front differential, Fox 2.5 Podium QS3 piggyback shocks, XT front bumper, 4,500-pound winch, full roof, panoramic mirror, 7.6-inch digital display with keypad and LED headlights.

CAN-AM COMMANDER X MR

The 2024 Can-Am Commander X mr is a 64-inch-wide machine with a special accessory package for mud riding and extreme terrain. It comes with snorkeled engine and transmission intakes, arched A-arms for added ground clearance, Smart-Lok front differential, 30-inch XPS Swamp Force tires on 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels, 4,500 pound winch, heavy-duty front steel bumper, special seats, camo bodywork and a 7.6-inch (19.3cm)-wide digital display with fuel gauge, speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip and hour meters. The X mr is powered by a 100 horsepower 976cc V-twin with Sport and Eco power delivery modes. Variable-rate power steering, double-A-arm front and rear suspension with front and rear sway bars and 15 inches of travel give the Commander X mr agile handling and the ability to handle rough trails at speed. The Commander also has a fully automatic transmission with engine braking, a cabin that’s easy to enter and exit, full doors, unlockable rear differential, and a tilting bed that holds 600 pounds of cargo and has storage compartments in its sides.

See Dirt Wheel’s full test of the Commander X mr model here: https://dirtwheelsmag.com/utv-test-2023-can-am-commander-x-mr/

 

CFMOTO ZFORCE 950 H.O. EX

The CFMoto ZForce 950 H.O. EX is a 64-inch-wide sport machine with double-A-arm front suspension and multi-link trailing-arm rear suspension. It’s powered by a 963cc, 79-horsepower V-twin, and you can tune the engine performance to your driving style or terrain conditions with the Standard/Sport mode selector on the dash. The 950 H.O. EX also comes with rock sliders, fully-adjustable piggyback-reservoir shocks, 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels, 27-inch CST tires, cutting-edge styling, a roof, 3,500-pound winch, full skid plate, LED head- and tail-lights, a multifunction TFT instrument display with Bluetooth call indicator, 12-volt and USB power ports, and 2-inch hitch receiver, features you have to add to many sport UTVs. The H.O. EX adds a 64-inch width for harder turning and 29-inch CST tires on aluminum beadlock wheels.

HONDA TALON 1000XS/FOX LIVE VALVE

The Honda Talon 1000XS/Fox Live Valve are 64 inches wide. All models have a 999cc eight-valve Unicam parallel-twin engine and beltless six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission with automatic and manual modes. The transmission features sport and normal shift programs, and high and low range. The Fox Live Valve models also have launch mode that allows full-throttle acceleration from a standing start. Front travel on 1000-XS models is 14.4 inches in front and 15.1 in back.

Honda’s computer-controlled Fox Live Valve suspension delivers a smoother ride in slow and fast driving, and the system also offers better control and stability because it’s so aware and responds so quickly. Sensors monitor the engine, transmission, steering, brakes, G-forces and the vehicle’s angle and continuously adjust the suspension accordingly. The system firms the outside shocks during cornering, firms the front shocks during braking, and it even sets the suspension for smooth jump landings. In addition to instant automatic adjustability, Honda’s Live Valve suspension also offers two dashboard button-selectable modes, a comfort focused standard mode and sport mode for fast driving. The base model has Fox QS3 shocks with easy three position manual compression damping adjusters. Two inch shock bodies are used on the front and 2.5-inch bodies on the rear. A roof is standard equipment on both models.

 

HONDA TALON 1000RS/FOX LIVE VALVE

New for the 2023 model year, the S-series of Honda Talons is aimed at expanding product availability, bringing the side-by-side experience to even more customers. Produced to 2022 model-year specifications, these have all the improvements applied to the platform last year, including a meter location that maximizes visibility; long shift paddles for easy manual gear changes while steering; good mud protection via seat sealing with the floor; optimized ignition timing for smooth transitions from deceleration to acceleration; eye-catching styling; optimized i-4WD and a pre-wired switch panel to facilitate installation of electronic accessories.

Honda’s Talon 1000RS is the long-travel version with 17.7 inches of front and 20.1 inches of rear travel via trailing-arm suspension. Wheelbase is 92.7 inches, and ground clearance is 13 inches with 28-inch tires. A width of 68.4 inches provides a wide stance for hard cornering, and Talon Rs have been successful in winning short-course championships. All models have a 999cc, eight-valve, Unicam parallel-twin engine and beltless six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission with automatic and manual modes. The transmission features sport and normal shift programs, and high and low range. The Fox Live Valve models also have launch mode that allows full throttle acceleration from a standing start. A roof is standard equipment on both models.

 

KAWASAKI KRX1000/SPECIAL EDITION

The 2024 Kawasaki KRX1000s are 68.1-inch-wide machines powered by a naturally aspirated, 112.6-horsepower parallel twin. The fully automatic transmission has a centrifugal clutch on the driven clutch that protects the drive belt, provides precise power delivery and creates predictable engine braking. Fox Podium 2.5 shocks with 24-position compression adjustments are used front and rear, with 18.6 inches of front and 21.1 of rear travel. The four-link trailing arm rear suspension’s design minimizes toe-in change through its stroke for outstanding stability in bumpy high speed conditions and when cornering. This machine comes with 31-inch 8-ply Maxxis Carnivore tires on 15-inch beadlock wheels. The base 2024 Kawasaki KRX1000 comes in new Metallic Light Gray/Super Black or  Metallic Sierra Blue/Super Black color schemes. The 2024 Kawasaki KRX1000 Special Edition adds a 600-watt Hifonics audio system with subwoofer, 4,500-pound Warn winch and a new Pearl Matte Sage Green/Metallic Carbon Gray color scheme to the KRX’s extensive list of features.
See more 2024 Kawasaki UTVs here: www.kawasaki.com.

 

KAWASAKI KRX 1000 ES/TRAIL EDITION

The Kawasaki KRX1000eS and Trail Edition are specially equipped versions of the KRX1000. The KRX1000eS comes with Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension, which offers Soft, Normal and Firm modes, selectable from the dashboard. This is the only KRX1000 to sport Internal ByPass (IBP) damping on the Fox 2.5 Live Valve piggyback shocks. A 7-inch TFT display shows suspension settings and instrumentation and offers bluetooth connectivity. Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension automatically adjusts to enhance stability and ride smoothness, stiffening the outside shocks during cornering and front shocks under braking. A KQR roof, steel front bumper and special color and graphics are also standard equipment on the eS. The Trail Edition has manually adjustable Fox shocks, steel bumpers, nerf bars, quick-release roof, 4,500-pound Warn VRX-45 winch 600 and a Cypher Camo Gray/Super Black color scheme to the KRX’s extensive list of features.
See UTV Action’s full test of the 2023 KRX 1000 here: https://utvactionmag.com/2023-kawasaki-teryx-krx-1000/.

POLARIS RZR PRO R PREMIUM/ULTIMATE

The 2024 Polaris RZR Pro R Premium and Ultimate are 74 inches wide and are powered by a 1,997cc, inline, four-cylinder engine with 225 horsepower. Three throttle-control modes let the driver adjust the power delivery. All models have 27 inches of front suspension travel, boxed front A-arms, 29 inches of rear travel, full doors, and 32-inch tires on 15-inch five-lug wheels. The Premium package has Ride Command navigation, rear camera and ride sharing, Rockford Fosgate audio, LED accent lighting, aluminum roof, six-point harnesses and telescoping wheel. The Ultimate model adds Dynamix DV (Dual-Valve) suspension with computer-controlled Fox 3.0 Podium shocks with on-the-fly compression and rebound damping and four dashboard-selectable ride modes.
See UTV Action’s shootout between the RZR Pro R and the RZR Turbo R here: https://utvactionmag.com/battle-of-the-best-rzr-pro-r-vs-rzr-turbo-r/.
     See the complete Polaris RZR lineup here: https://rzr.polaris.com/.

POLARIS RZR XP 1000 SPORT/PREMIUM/ULTIMATE

The original RZR XP 1000 has been a number-one seller, and it got updates in 2019. For 2024, both the XP and four-seat RZR XP 4 get an all-new chromoly frame that’s 25-percent stiffer and stronger, stronger suspension arms (with new part numbers) while retaining the original width and wheelbase, all-new aggressive styling with improved sight line over the hood, 1-inch-lower front seats with 6-inch adjustability, roomier interior, restyled dash with driver and passenger covered storage bins, new dead pedals and driver-side heel pocket, and a new over-molded passenger T-bar with 18mm/19mm lug wrenches in the T-handle. New solid doors have front hinges and indexed inner latches. A Gen 2 ProStar inline twin puts out 114 horsepower and has a new vented head. It’s tuned for increased midrange and impressive 15–30-mph acceleration via a new hybrid Turbo Ranger transmission with lower ranges, new output splines, and geared reverse instead of chain. A new CVT has better ducting and cooling airflow for lower belt temperatures. Driveline upgrades include a stronger Prop shaft and axles, and the stronger frame has less bolted joints for less vibration and rattles. The new rounded cage has A-pillar support tubes, inner strengthening tubes up top, and B-pillar triangulation supports. Rear 2.5-inch Walker Evans needle shocks now have triple springs and revised rebound damping. Also new out back is the removable bed tray, which improves engine access for maintenance.
RZR XPs come in Sport, Premium and Ultimate trim levels with the two-seat Sport starting at $20,999 with half doors, 29-inch tires, new digital display and illuminated switches. Premiums start at $22,999 with 30-inch ProArmor tires, color-matched dash, 7-inch Ride Command screen, Rockford Fosgate Stage 1 audio with PMX head, poly roof, and four-point harnesses. Ultimates start at $25,999; Ultimate trim adds Ride Command+ technology that lets you trace your rides, connect with other riders and back up safely, and audio by MB Quart to the Premium package.

POLARIS GENERAL XP 1000 SPORT/PREMIUM/ULTIMATE

The Polaris General XP 1000 Sport/Premium/Ultimate are two-seat, 64-inch-wide sport utility machines with 14 inches of travel and high-clearance A-arms. The General XP 1000 Sport is new for 2023, and comes with the same suspension and tires as the Premium and Ultimate.  All models are powered by a 100-horsepower parallel twin supplies the power. Pro Armor Crawler 30-inch tires give these machines aggressive looks and impressive capability in rugged terrain. The Premium features full doors, a roof, rear-view mirror, factory-installed Stage 1 Audio by Rockford Fosgate, Polaris Pro HD 4,500-pound winch and the sport low-profile bumper. The Ultimate adds Ride Command navigation, ride sharing, and Rockford Fosgate Stage 3 audio. 

SEGWAY’S VILLAIN SX10X STANDARD/PREMIUM

Segway Powersports enters the Sport UTV market with the Villain SX10X; a 64-inch-wide UTV with 14 inches of front and 17 inches of rear travel with multi-link rear end. Powered by a 1000cc, 105-horsepower, EFI parallel twin with long-duration, high-lift dual-overhead cams, SX10s have a dual-oil-column piston-cooling system and water-cooling system to ensure cool running and long life. Premiums sport a 4,500-pound winch and a 10.4-inch touchscreen gauge package that allow riders to interact with audio, phone, maps and live telemetry. The digital gauge also displays mileage to an empty 11.6-gallon gas tank. SX10 Xs also have a Smart Commanding system via Segway’s Smart Moving app that starts the engine remotely via your phone, customize driver settings, safety alerts texted to your emergency contact, and real-time vehicle data displays. All three Villains have an adjustable driver’s seat, three-mode EPS, tilt steering, front/rear sway bars, CST Stag tires, a roof, and half doors. https://powersports.segway.com/

SEGWAY’S 105-HP VILLAIN SX10 W PREMIUM

Segway Powersports enters the sport UTV market with the Villain SX10 W Premium, a 72-inch-wide UTV with 16 inches of front and 18 inches of rear travel with multi-link rear end. Powered by a 1000cc, 105-horsepower EFI parallel-twin with long-duration, high-lift dual-overhead cams. SX10s have a dual oil-column piston cooling system and water-cooling system to ensure cool running and long life. Premium Villians sport a 4,500-pound winch and a 10.4-inch touchscreen gauge package that allow riders to interact with audio, phone, maps and live telemetry. The digital gauge also displays mileage to an empty 11.6-gallon gas tank. SX10 Premiums also have a Smart Commanding system via Segway’s Smart Moving app that starts the engine remotely via your phone, customizable driver settings, safety alerts texted to your emergency contact, and real-time vehicle data displays. All three Villains have adjustable driver’s seat, three-mode EPS, tilt steering, front/rear sway bars, CST Stag tires, a roof, four-point harnesses, LED lights, and half doors. https://powersports.segway.com/

YAMAHA YXZ1000R

Yamaha first introduced the pure-sport YXZ1000R for model year 2016, and the 12-valve, DOHC triple fed by three 41mm EFI throttle bodies with 11.3:1 compression revolutionized the sport UTV world. New for 2024, the YXZ1000R upgrades its five-speed, sequential-shift transmission with manual clutch for a six-speed with 40-percent-lower first gear, optimized ratios for second through sixth, and increased clutch durability. The YXZ has racked up many wins and championships, and lessons learned from racing led to several revisions for the 2019 YXZ including the rear-mounted radiator and aerodynamic bodywork for optimum high- and low-speed cooling. The YXZ1000R sports 16.2 inches of front and 17 inches of rear travel with race-ready Fox Podium 2.5 RC2 shocks featuring high-and low-speed compression adjusters, rebound adjusters, and dual-rate springs with adjustable cross-overs. Also new for 2024, YXZs have a higher electrical output via a 1,000-watt ACM and four power ports (two front, two 

YAMAHA YXZ1000R SPORT SHIFT/XT-R

Yamaha’s second pure-sport UTV was the 2017 YXZ1000R Sport Shift, which replaced the YXZ’s manual clutch with an automatic clutch and console shifter with aluminum paddle shifters on the steering wheel. The Yamaha shift program automatically down-shifts if the driver stops without down-shifting, and the Sport Shift also has a launch mode for pure-sport performance. Other than those drive-line modifications, the Sport Shift has the same powerplant, suspension, bodywork, brakes and handling as the YXZ1000R. New for 2024, the new six-speed transmission has Yamaha Auto-Shift technology with three transmission modes—Auto, Sport Auto, and Sport Shift—the latter for those who want a more driver-connected feel shifting manually with paddle shifters. The clutch is also new with a finned hub, more oil-lubrication ports, and new YCC-S shift programming for increased durability. First gear is 40 percent lower, and other gear ratios are optimized. Also new for 2024, YXZs have a higher electrical output via a 1,000-watt ACM and four power ports (two front, two rear) for accessories, and its MSRP dropped $1,000.
The Sport Shift XT-R extreme-adventure package upgrades to a heavy-duty front bumper with grab bars and integrated Warn 4,500-pound winch package, Maxxis Carnage 29-inch 8-ply tires on beadlock wheels, enhanced full-length under-body protection, center-mounted auxiliary LEDs, and rear-view mirror. The extreme-adventure package adds 102 pounds to the Sport Shift’s weight, and the XT-R comes only in Titanium and Tactical Black.

 

 

 

 

YAMAHA WOLVERINE RMAX2 1000 R-SPEC/SPORT/XT-R/LIMITED EDITION

The Wolverine RMAX2 1000 R-Spec/Sport/XT-R/Limited Edition are two-seat sport utility machines with a fully automatic transmission and a 108-horsepower, 999cc parallel twin. Three power delivery modes—Sport, Trail and Crawl—let you tune the throttle response for your driving style and conditions. RMAX2s are 66.1 inches wide and have double-A-arm front and rear suspension with 14.2 inches of travel up front and 16.9 inches of travel in the rear. The R-Spec has Fox QS3 piggyback reservoir shocks with tool-less compression damping adjustment and 30-inch GBC Dirt Commander 2.0 tires on 14-inch cast aluminum wheels. The Sport adds Fox shocks with adjustable high- and low-speed compression damping, 10-ply-rated GBC Terra Master tires on beadlock wheels and Yamaha Blue painted bodywork. The XT-R features Fox QS3 piggyback reservoir shocks on beadlock wheels, Maxxis Carnivore tires, 4,500-pound Warn VRX winch, integrated Adventure Pro trail mapping and vehicle integration, and painted bodywork. The Limited Edition adds Fox iQS on-the-fly adjustable suspension with Comfort, Medium and Firm settings, stereo system, and specially painted bodywork. All have a 10-year drive belt warranty. 

YAMAHA WOLVERINE X2 1000 R-SPEC/XT-R

Based on the Wolverine X2 850 platform, the X2 1000 adds all-new suspension A-arms that bring width 1.5 inches out to 63.6 inches, and they’re mated with Sachs ZX piggyback shocks with adjustable high- and low-speed compression and preload. Front travel jumps from 8.7 inches on the 850 to 13.3 inches on the X2 1000, while rear travel increases from 9.3 inches to 15.5 inches. Both X2s have a wheelbase of 83.7 inches. The X2 1000 also has front and rear sway bars to fight body roll while allowing articulation on uneven terrain, and it weighs 131 pounds less than the RMAX2.

Take that nimble and compact platform and add an RMAX 1000-inspired, 999cc, inline twin with DOHC, eight valves, and dual 48mm EFI throttle bodies that deliver an 8,500-rpm redline. The Wolverine X2 1000 is designed to top out at around 70 mph via Yamaha’s real-world Yamaha Chip-Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) that’s tuned to deliver smooth and linear response. The X2 1000 is also pre-wired for the RMAX’s Yamaha D-Mode accessory switch (a $99.99 accessory) with Sport mode for maximum power and acceleration, Trail mode for more linear and smooth response, or Crawl mode with moderated throttle response and acceleration. All three D-modes also fine-tune engine braking for conditions and performance. R-Specs have rear over-fenders, while XT-Rs get painted bodywork, sun top, rear-view mirror, four over-fenders, color-matched interior, and a Warn VRX-45 winch.

YAMAHA WOLVERINE X2 850 R-SPEC 850/XT-R

The 2023 Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec/XT-R are sport utility machines that seat two. A smooth, quiet 847cc, eight-valve, double-overhead-cam  parallel twin with plenty of torque provides the power. The fully automatic continuously variable transmission features a centrifugal clutch with a sprag clutch for precise power delivery, predictable engine braking and extra drive belt life. Yamaha Wolverines have a 10-year belt warranty.

Wolverines are 62.2 inches wide and have double-A-arm front and rear suspension using piggyback reservoir shocks with adjustable spring preload, rebound, and high- and low-speed compression damping. Both models come with a roof and 27-inch GBC Dirt Commander tires. Soft-touch knee areas add comfort. The XT-R comes with a 4,500-pound Warn winch, KYB shocks with high- and low-speed compression adjuster, plus rebound, and Tactical Black/Titanium painted bodywork.

 

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