The Cat Is Back- Arctic Cat's 2021 ATV & UTV Lineup

The Cat Is Back- Arctic Cat's 2021 ATV & UTV Lineup Hot

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The Cat Is Back- Arctic Cat's 2021 ATV & UTV Lineup

2021 Arctic Cat ATV & Side-By-Side Lineup 

The last handful of years has seen Textron Off Road buy Arctic Cat, then the Arctic Cat name went away, and then it came back a couple of years ago. Now, Arctic Cat is back with a scaled back ATV and side-by-side offering as it is moving forward with full force. Let’s take a look at the 2021 Arctic Cat lineup.

 2021 Arctic Cat ATV Wildcat XX

Wildcat XX

Yes, the flagship Wildcat (double) XX is on full display this year with updated colors and graphics, optional outfitting packages, and plenty of fun packed into this sport side-by-side. We had the opportunity to drive the Double XX a couple of years ago, and the ride was truly amazing. The technology in the engineering and design was equally impressive. Here is a summary of the highlights.

 2021 Arctic Cat ATV Wildcat XX

  • 998cc Naturally Aspirated EFI Engine with 130HP
  • Race-Inspired ROPS with Front and Rear Intrusion Bars
  • Dual-Shear Steering and Suspension Components
  • Unequal Length A-Arm Front Suspension and Rear
  • Trailing Arm Suspension
  • 18 Inches of Front and Rear Travel
  • FOX 2.5 PODIUM QS3 Shocks with Bottom-Out Control
  • 14-Inch Ground Clearance
  • 30 inch tires and 15 inch aluminum wheels
  • Toolless Cargo Deck
  • Standard Full Doors
  • Class-Leading 4-Gallon Glove Box
  • Class-Leading 300-lb Rear Cargo Box with Space for a
  • 32-Inch Tire
  • Standard 65-Amp Alternator
  • Pre-Installed Wiring for Accessories
  • Dual CVT Air-Intakes

2021 Arctic Cat ATV Prowler Pro & Prowler Pro Crew

Prowler Pro & Pro Crew

 The Prowler Pro is Arctic Cats full-size utility side-by-side, and it is packed with features  that gets the job done, maximizes storage, and helps keep the driver and passengers comfortable. Here are the highlights.

2021 Arctic Cat ATV Prowler Pro & Prowler Pro Crew 

2021 Arctic Cat ATV Prowler Pro & Prowler Pro Crew

  • 812cc 3 Cylinder EFI Engine 
  • 800-Class Horsepower and Torque
  • 2,000-lb. Towing Capacity 
  • Class-Leading Enclosed Storage
  • 10 inch front and 9.5 inch rear suspension travel 
  • Selectable-locking rear differential
  • Premium front bumper
  • 4,500lb Warn Winch
  • 1,050 Watt Electrical Output (best in class)
  • 58db is in reference to an idle vehicle

 

 

2021 Arctic Cat ATV Prowler 500

Prowler 500

For those who want a 500-class utility side-by-side then there is the Prowler 500. This is more of a mid-sized side-by-side with room for two that still packs some hauling and towing punch to get the job done. Here are the highlights

 2021 Arctic Cat ATV Prowler 500

  • 443cc Single-Cylinder EFI Engine 
  • 500-Class Horsepower and Torque 
  • 1,500-lb. Towing Capacity 
  • Class-Leading Enclosed Storage 
  • Smooth shifting clutch 
  • Dual A-Arm Suspension Front and Rear 
  • EFI System — 25% Better Fuel 
  • Economy and Lower Emissions
    500-lb. Rear Cargo Capacity

 

2021 Arctic Cat ATV & Side-By-Side Lineup

Alterra 700 EPS SE

 

Arctic Cat did a redesign on the majority of its ATVs back in 2016 and that is when the Alterra name made its appearance. The Alterra 700 is the flagship of this lineup which is a well balanced, smooth riding, and sharp looking ATV. The SE model takes that a step further with a front bumper, aluminum wheels, and a 3000LB winch. Here are the highlights.

2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 700 EPS SE

 

  • 695cc Single-Cylinder EFI Engine 
  • 3000-lb Warn Winch 
  • Premium Front Bumper 
  • 10” Suspension Travel 
  • 11” Ground Clearance 
  • Front and Rear SpeedRack® II 
  • Rear 2” Receiver Hitch 
  • Electronic 2WD/4WD 
  • High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel Frame

2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 700 TRV  

Alterra TRV 700 EPS

Sometimes you just need to take someone along for the ride, and this Alterra is the one for just such as occasion. Complete with a longer wheelbase and comfortable passenger seat this ATV is setup for two. Here are the highlights.

 2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 700 TRV

  • 695cc Single-Cylinder EFI Engine 
  • 10” Suspension Travel 
  • 11” Ground Clearance 
  • Front and Rear SpeedRack® II 
  • Rear 2” Receiver Hitch 
  • Electronic 2WD/4WD/ Front Differential Lock

 

2021 Arctic Cat ATV & Side-By-Side Lineup 

Alterra 570 EPS & EPS SE

The Alterra 570 is positioned in the most popular segment of the market: the 500-class. This Alterra is built on the same frame as the Alterra 700 making it a full-size ATV with all the benefits of that comes from a full-size ATV. The 545cc engine brings plenty of power to the party for work and play. The SE version adds the front bumper, winch, molded racks, and aluminum wheels. Here are the highlights.

 2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 570 ATV

  • Alterra Body Style
  • 545cc Single-Cylinder Engine
  • 10” Suspension Travel
  • 11” Ground Clearance
  • Digital Gauge
  • Front and Rear Steel Racks
  • Dual Halogen Headlights
  • 2” Standard Receiver

 2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 450 ATV

Alterra 450

Arctic Cat’s mid-sized ATV that packs a bunch of value into a slightly smaller package. There is a lot of capability stuffed into the Alterra 450. Here are the highlights.

 2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 450 ATV

  • Alterra Body Style
  • 443cc Single-Cylinder Engine
  • 7” Suspension Travel
  • 10” Ground Clearance
  • Digital Gauge
  • Front and Rear Steel Racks
  • Dual Halogen Headlights
  • Electronic 2WD/4WD

 2021 Arctic Cat Alterra 300 ATV

Alterra 300

For those who want a basic 2 wheel drive smaller-sized ATV, then the Alterra 300 fits the bill. Here are the highlights.

Alterra Body Style
270cc Single-Cylinder Engine
5” Suspension Travel
8.25” Ground Clearance
Digital Gauge
Front and Rear Composite Racks
Dual Halogen Headlights
2WD & Shaft Drive

 

There you have it. The 2021 Arctic Cat lineup. For more information check out the Arctic Cat website below.

 Arctic Cat Website- https://arcticcat.txtsv.com

 

 

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What ever happened to the Diesel Powered 700 ?
Loved the Max speed of 40 MPH downhill. After 15 MPH you have to look at the trail no site seeing. Loved to go slow and enjoy the Mountains, deserts, valleys, and other good things to see.
Loved the 48 MPG range in the 6 gallon fuel tank. Low gearing stump pulling Tractor like Macho feeling when riding and doing such tasks. Most are still in service and will be for many years to come.
Started it up on the Wester Seirra Jamboree one morning and a fellow rider came overt to tell me I had a Horrible Rod Knock. I politely said "No it a Diesel" he fell silent, listened for a moment and said "Well I'll be darned, where can I get one"? Can't I said, Articat doesn't make any more. "Fools" he said.

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