WINNER: CAN-AM RENEGADE Xxc
This unique breed of Sport 4×4 gets better with the addition of dual mode power steering and tons of cross-country appeal.
Beadlock wheels from the factory are rare for even the pure sport market but come standard on the Xxc, keeping the extremely potent 800R’s rear meats from losing grip under throttle.
Top quality KYB gas shocks on all four corners and the addition of a front sway bar places this trail dominator out front in more ways than one.
It’s hard for many ATV enthusiasts to understand how vital features like all-wheel drive, low range and a locking differential can be necessary on a sport trail wheeler.
These features are transparent until you really need them – and when you need them, you really need them.
Can-Am’s relentless pursuit of class domination is materialized in the Renegade Xxc.
Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS
The independently suspended Outlaw has proven that a Pure Sport can travel the path of 4WD ATVs by delivering exceptional ride, traction and ground clearance.
KTM power and badging has elevated the IRS in consumer’s minds and ultimately increased its awareness in the marketplace.
Great suspension calibration, improved exterior design and a truly fair price tag make the IRS an even easier choice for buyers.
Yamaha Raptor 700
The Raptor 700 bridges the gap between track and trail by supplying near-perfect power from its highly effective 4-valve EFI mill.
Available in base and SE trim, the Raptor is a great fit for serious trail riders and delivers on the off-road promise in every way.
With chassis and suspension design borrowed from the YF-Z 450, the Raptor is a serious piece of work and can run with some of the very fastest sport ATVs.