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    2018 Arctic Cat ATV Line Up

    For 2018, Arctic Cat has it's line up includes the ALTERRA branded ATV which is kind of short for "All-Terrain" and makes good use of the shortened word with some of the features these ATVs are now coming with. Whether you are using it to hunt, ride in mud, ride on the trails, use it for work, or just play around, Arctic Cat has an ALTERRA ATV for you.

    Whether you are using it to hunt, ride in mud, ride on the trails, use it for work, or just play around, Arctic Cat has an ALTERRA ATV for you.

    The ALTERRA comes in 90, 150, 300, 500, and 700 models with 2 versions in the 700 series with the ALTERRA TBX 700 leading the group of ALTERRA ATVS with: 

    • 695cc Single-Cylinder Closed-Loop EFI Engine
    • 300-lb Capacity Rear Cargo Box
    • Electronic Power Steering
    • 10-Inch Suspension Travel
    • 11-Inch Ground Clearance

    You should also check out the ALTERRA MUDPRO 700 LTD Built with a 695cc EFI engine, ruthless suspension and a competitive streak, engineered for riders who like to get dirty and won’t settle for second place!

    Check out the models below:

     
    Alterra MudPro 700 LTD
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA MUDPRO 700 LTD
    $9,999USD
    Alterra VLX 700
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA VLX 700
    $5,999USD
    Alterra VLX 700 EPS
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA VLX 700 EPS
    $6,999USD
    Alterra TBX 700
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA TBX 700
    $9,799USD
    Alterra 500
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA 500
    $4,999USD
    Alterra 300
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA 300
    $3,999USD
    Alterra 150
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA 150
    $3,499USD
    Alterra DVX 90
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA DVX 90
    $2,999USD
    Alterra 90
    SINGLE-RIDER
    ALTERRA 90
    $2,999USD

    Full line up of 2018 Arctic Cat ATVs can be seen at Textron OffRoad: https://www.textronoffroad.com/atv




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    The mid sized ones typically are rebrands. Unless Textron changed that when they took over.

    I have a 2010 366 and 2017 400 both have been good machines

     

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