ARGO announced today that it will exhibit at the AIMExpo presented by Nationwide in Las Vegas, Oct. 11-14, 2018. ARGO recently unveiled it’s 2019 model line of XTV and ATV off-road vehicles at its headquarters in New Hamburg, Ontario. The company chose the AIMExpo to showcase its all-new Aurora line of premium XTVs and its all-new Avenger Bigfoot models built for ultimate performance in mud.
Dealer attendees of the AIMExpo, held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, can see Aurora, Bigfoot and many other ARGO XTV machines while learning the powerful prospects for profitability available in the amphibious vehicle category. A full staff of ARGO personnel will staff the custom display area at AIMExpo, giving attendees a dedicated experience with the company’s innovative machines and opportunities.
“ARGO amphibious XTVs have pushed the boundaries of experience and adventure for more than 50 years,” said Brad Darling, ARGO President and CEO. “Our 2019 lineup of 29 unique recreational and commercial vehicles go even further to conquer the most challenging terrain in the world, including that of strong unit retail profitability for dealers.
“AIMExpo is the perfect platform to showcase our incredible machines and the outstanding opportunities they offer dealers and enthusiasts. As we continue to expand our retail footprint, we’re looking for dealers who share our passion for unique and profitable powersports products, and who want to partner in our success.”
The 2019 Aurora family of 8-wheel amphibious vehicles delivers the next generation of ARGO innovation for hunting, playing and exploring. They’re new from the ground up, featuring a new automotive-inspired body, seating, controls, steering system, gauges and more. The result is the ultimate level of comfort and driving confidence on land and water.
“AIMExpo presented by Nationwide features the most diverse gathering of brands in the powersports industry, and the addition of ARGO further expands the dynamic collection of vehicles and products that attendees can see and experience,” said show director Cinnamon Kernes. “We’re excited to help spotlight these unique and pioneering machines.”