No other company enjoys the loyal following Honda has earned and it all comes down to a couple key things: attention to detail, and reliability. Regardless of the model we’re sure it was well built, and we’re also sure we won’t end up walking back to the truck. Whether it’s the Rincon 680, Foreman 500, or the Rancher 420 we know we can count on it for all day work or fun. The Honda sport ATV lineup is built on those same principles.
No machine has played a bigger role or has had more impact for a wider variety of owners than the Polaris Ranger. Before the Ranger, John Deere’s Gator and Kawasaki’s Mule were about the only choice for any serious, work capable utility vehicle. Both the Gator and the Mule were solid performers on the farm or the job site, but weekend recreation was not their domain or even much of a consideration. The new Ranger, however, offered the ability to haul everything from bricks to hay bales all week and camping, hunting, or fishing gear all weekend.
Worcester, Massachusetts, August 2012 – For John Deere Gator owners who enjoy using their UTV in all climate conditions, Curtis Industries LLC has unveiled its newest addition to the PathPro line of cab enclosure systems for the HPX/XUV series of utility vehicles. The all new steel cab enclosure mounts directly to the vehicles factory OPS without the need for additional equipment.
For the past five years, Polaris has aggressively launched new products, evolved its off-road offerings and became No. 1 in the off-road industry with one of the best and most-innovative ATV and Side-by-Side offerings available. For model year 2013, Polaris will continue to innovate by introducing three new vehicles and making significant upgrades to existing products.