With more suspension travel and
stability than 50-inch trail-width
machines and prices $3000 to $4000
less than 64-inch UTVs, 60-inch-wide
vehicles are great, affordable rides
for aggressive driving in the woods
or anywhere that’s too tight for wider
HOW DOES COST COMPARE?
The Wildcat Sport Limited is $15,999,
the Wildcat Sport XT is $14,599, and
the base Wildcat Sport is $13,599.
Polaris’ RZR S 900 starts at $14,699,
and the RZR S 1000 EPS is $17,999.
Can-Am’s Maverick XCs go from
$15,699 to $18,599.
WHAT DO YOU GET FOR THE EXTRA
Life is good at the top of the line.
The Wildcat Sport Limited comes with
WHAT POWERS IT?
fully adjustable Elka Stage 5 shocks, full
doors, power steering, cast-aluminum
wheels and painted bodywork. The
other models have JRi compression-
adjustable shocks and half doors. The
base model has steel wheels, unpainted
bodywork and no power steering.
A 700cc, double-overhead-cam,
four-valve-per-cylinder inline twin that
puts out more than 60 horsepower. The
non-unit engine and transmission bolt
Double A-arms in the front with fully adjustable Elka Stage 5
shocks offer 12. 2 inches of travel.
There’s 12. 6 inches of travel in the rear with a rear sway bar
to reduce body roll.
The 700cc, double-overhead-cam, four-valve-per-cylinder inline twin
puts out more than 60 horsepower, plenty for most trails.
The Wildcat Sport Limited’s full doors provide more security and
splash protection than quarter doors or nets.