Dubbed the “ultimate terrain tackler,” the 2021 Wolverine RMAX 1000 features an all-new chassis and engine, a new Yamaha Drive-Mode power-delivery system, a Fox suspension, driver-centric comforts and a bed capable of hauling up to 600 pounds.
This brawny pickup is not your ordinary midsize in that it’s intended for serious off-roads. If you’re a hunter who truly goes off-road and into the outback, you need to check out the Bison.
Of paramount importance for Yamaha engineers in the design of the Kodiak 450 ATV was bringing to market a mid-sized ATV that would accommodate small, medium and large riders, bring immediate confidence to the novice ATV enthusiast, and meet the expectations of the seasoned ATV rider.
Honda introduces the Pioneer 1000 LE (three-passenger) and 1000-5 LE (five-passenger).
Serving as one of the most accessorized Defender Max models, the Defender Max XT starts at an MSRP of $17,199. That’s no small chunk of change, but you’re not getting a small return, either—literally or figuratively. The Defender Max XT combines power and comfort in a way not often seen in the OHV marketplace.
Kawasaki introduced its Mule off-highway-vehicle (OHV) in 1988, and has refined the unit ever since. In 2005, the company introduced the six-occupant Mule 3010 Trans 4x4, and that vehicle won American Hunter’s Golden Bullseye Award for Vehicle of the Year. Last year Kawasaki added more torque to its workhorse, and released a Mule Pro powered by an all-new 993cc diesel engine that delivers consistent high-value torque along its performance curve, along with improved utility and enhanced functionality.