This is Arctic Cat’s value priced entry into the 4-wheel drive sweepstakes this year and it’s surprisingly well equipped.
First, the price comes in at a jaw-dropping $5,499.00 US and that’s with a ton of great equipment included.
Cat’s own 366cc carbureted single is used here and it’s equipped with the easy starting electric choke mechanism used in the past.
This feature eliminates a lot of fussing at start-up and idle, even when it’s cold. There’s fully independent A-arms both front and rear and the 350 uses the same Duramatic tranny as its other kin, only without the selectable feature.
Since the 350 is always in 4WD, there’s a limited slip front differential plus low range and engine braking are still in play.
This nimble, very light ATV impressed us with its ability to scale steep hills and climb over big stuff easily.
The engine, the same 4-stroke single used in the former 366, is a plonker with incredible torque on tap for its size.
There’s a 2-inch hitch receiver, digital gauge, twin taillights and back-up lights included and the same 10-inches of ground clearance as its more powerful sibling, the new 425.
A lot here for the money, believe us. Check out arcticcat.com to find out more.