The Arctic Cat Wildcat delivered huge suspension numbers when it was released in 2011, touting 17 inches of travel in the front and a terrain-devouring 18 inches at the rear end. The motor choice was logical, as the 1000cc trend is booming right now. Their 951cc, V-twin H2 engine was shoehorned into the Wildcat’s tubular steel frame. When we first tested the Wildcat, we weren’t thrilled with its straight-line acceleration. The 951cc engine promised to make exciting power, but it felt lackluster compared to the Can-Am…
We took out the top guns in the UTV world out for a comparison test. Each machine is a brute and is a blast to drive!