Among them was BRP unveiling its first UTV models, the Commander 1000 and 800. BRP is holding nothing back as the Commander 1000 became the highest output mass-produced UTV on the market. The units hold true to BRP’s sporty side with its tilt wheel, quick-attach side nets, passenger grab bar, dual cup holders and high-end gauges. Also new to the sport family is Polaris’ RZR 4, the industry’s first four-seat sport UTV, as well as Yamaha’s White Armor Sport Edition new to its renowned Rhino line.
On the utility side, Arctic Cat said it plans to go “toe-to-toe with our performance utility competitors” with the new Prowler HDX (EPS).
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