ARCTIC CAT 300 2X4, $4299.
Arctic Cat’s 300 is light and maneuverable, and its
liquid-cooled, four-valve engine gives it impressive
power. It comes with premium features like a dual-range
automatic transmission and full instrumentation, including a
speedometer, fuel gauge and more.
KYMCO MXU 300, $3999
The MXU 300’s platform is used by Yamaha, Kawasaki and
Arctic Cat for their 300s. The Kymco has a liquid-cooled, four-valve engine and a fully automatic dual-range transmssion. It
also comes with full instrumentation
HONDA RECON 250, $3949 & RECON 250ES, $4199
Honda’s Recon 250 and Recon 250ES have sporty, crisp
power and agile handling. They’re compact but roomy enough
for adults and rugged enough for hard work. The Recon 250
has a foot-shift, five-speed transmission with an automatic
clutch. The 250ES has a push-button-shift five-speed.
KAWASAKI BRUTE FORCE 300, $4299
The Brute Force 300’s liquid-cooled, four-valve engine and
dual-range, fully automatic transmission give you power and
versatility in an agile, compact machine. The 300 also has full
YAMAHA GRIZZLY 350, $4699
The Grizzly 350 is styled like the larger Grizzly 4x4s. This
machine’s air-cooled, two-valve, single-overhead-cam engine
is simple, rugged and reliable. A fully automatic transmission
makes the Grizzly 350 easy to ride.
HONDA RANCHER 420, $5199, AND 420ES, $5449
The Rancher was all new for 2014. It’s a bigger, roomier
machine, with more power and better suspension than
previous models. The liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine
produces crisp, strong power. You can get the 2WD Rancher
with a foot-shift, five-speed transmission, or the ES model
with a push-button-shift five-speed. The reverse lever is
easier to use for 2015.