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Joyner Python 800 Buggy
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Delivered Fully Assembled to your door. Joyner Python 800cc Chery EFI, Liquid Cooled, 4-speed Manual Transmission with Reverse, Transaxle Shaft Drive, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Joyner 800 Renegade R2 UTV Chery EFI, Liquid Cooled, 2WD / 4WD Switchable, with locking Diffs. Manual 5-Speed, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Joyner 1100 Renegade R2 UTV Chery EFI 16 Valve DOHC, Liquid Cooled, 5-Speed Manual Transmission with 2WD/4WD Rear Drive Transaxle, 70mph, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Joyner 1100 Renegade R4 4-Seater UTV Chery EFI, Liquid Cooled, 5-Speed Manual Transmission with 2WD Rear Drive Transaxle, 70mph, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Joyner Trooper T2 1100cc UTV Chery EFI, Liquid Cooled, 2WD / 4WD Switchable, Locking Diffs, 5-speed Manual Transmission with Reverse, Shaft Drive, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Joyner 800 Renegade R4 4-Seater UTV Chery EFI, Liquid Cooled, 2WD / 4WD Switchable, with locking Diffs. Manual 5-Speed, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Aluminum Alloy Wheels. CARB APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA
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Some UTVs Sold in Stores have gone busting past the $20,000 mark         
Listed below are some of the brands sold in stores for comparison
  • Arctic Cat                                        
  • Can-Am                                 
  • Polaris
  • Honda                                        
  • Kawasaki                                     
  • Yamaha

                                  longer and has room for four, but otherwise has the same features as the standard Wildcat. That includes the 951cc V-twin motor, power steering and five-link rear suspension with 18 inches  of travel.  There’s an LE that sells for $20,299 and has upgraded styling, seats, tires and wheels. The Wildcat 4X sells for $20,999 and has further upgrades, including an engine package.                              

                                      Answer to the Polaris RZR 900 and 1000, with comparable Fox suspension and 18 inches of rear suspension travel. Ground clearance is 13 inches, and power steering is standard equipment. The Limited is $17,699 and gets upgraded seats and bumpers. The X is $18,499 and has upscale styling, color and Maxxis tires, plus an X engine package.


with a single-cylinder, 695cc, liquid-cooled motor. Like the 1000, it comes decked out with power steering, real paint, aluminum wheels and 26-inch tires. The Prowler can tow 1500 pounds with either its front or rear hitch receiver, and the tilting bed is big enough for 600 pounds. There’s a camo version for $13,599.


695cc motor, 10 inches of suspension travel and 10 inches of ground clearance. The 700XDX has seating for three across the front bench seat with headrests for everyone, more storage space, and a larger tilting bed that holds 1000 pounds and easily converts to a flatbed. Power steering, paint and aluminum rims are all standard. A camo version is $300 more.


Can-Am tags all of its jumbo-size, multi-passenger vehicles with the “Max” suffix, which is quite appropriate considering the Maverick Max is 20 inches longer than the standard Mav and still a full 64 inches wide. It comes standard with Fox shocks. The basic Max does without power steering, while the X rs DPS version gets that and custom seats, colors and cockpit trim for $20,799.


CAN-AM MAVERICK  ($16,299)
                                     At the core of the Maverick is the 976cc Rotax V-twin, which is said to produce 101 horsepower. Around that, Can-Am has a very sporty package with Fox Podium shocks delivering 14 inches of suspension travel. There are four different packages. The  X rs  model ($17,799) gets you beadlock wheels and sport trim. The X rs DPS adds power steering at $18,799. The 1000 X mr is $21,499 for mud adventures.


For those who want to keep peace in the family, you can take them along without being tempted to scare them silly with Maverick-level speed.  The Commander Max still has four comfortable seats and is powered by the 85-horsepower Rotax V-twin motor. But, the chassis has less suspension travel and less sport potential. The Commander Max comes standard with power steering. The XT is $17,799.

CAN-AM COMMANDER 1000 ($13,099)
                                  The Commander 1000 has an 85-horsepower Rotax motor, which is clearly more than you need around the farm. A power-steering package is $1100 more. From there, you can step up to the XT, which includes a winch or the XT-P, which includes beadlocks and more.                              
HONDA PIONEER 700-4 ($11,699)
                                 Honda is finally trying to shake off the somewhat tractor-like image of the Big Red with a new UTV called the Pioneer. It’s powered by the same 675cc, pushrod single, but the Pioneer  is wider than its predecessor  and has beefed-up suspension with more travel. The four-seat version is built on the same chassis as the two-seater, giving up some bed space to make room for the extra passengers.                              
HONDA PIONEER 700 ($9999)
                                 We would never use the word “ugly” to describe the old Honda Big Red, but many of our mean friends would. The new Pioneer has a facelift on the outside and 2 more inches of suspension travel underneath.  The powertrain is the same—a longitudinal, liquid-cooled, pushrod single hooked up to an automotive-style three-speed automatic transmission. The best part is the price went down.                              
JOHN DEERE GATOR 850i ($15,499)
The boys at John Deere have been in the dirt business for a long time. The Gator 850i comes with an 839cc V-twin motor. It’s rated at 62 horsepower and will push the Deere to 53 mph. The Sport package sells for $15,499 and includes Fox shocks, upgraded wheels and tires, plus sporty seats and bumpers. The Trail is $14,999 and has a Warn winch, tires, wheels, seats and other upgrades.                              

JOHN DEERE UXV550 S4 ($9599)
The John Deere S4 is a multi-passenger UTV with two large bench seats. It’s a wide, roomy vehicle, and it has a modest OHV V-twin motor that makes 16 horsepower and will push the S4 to 28 mph. A camo version sells for $10,149, and there are over 70 attachments that can help you write off the whole thing on your business taxes. It’s a Deere; who’s going to argue?

In 2012 Kawasaki released the Teryx4, giving it a new version of the V-twin motor with 783cc of displacement that is claimed to produce 10 percent more torque and 8 percent more power. It also got Fox Podium shocks, electric power steering and a new chassis. It’s shorter than most of the other four-seaters on the market, making it easier to haul. The camo version is $16,299 and the LE is $16,999.                              
                                 For 2014 Kawasaki updated the standard Teryx with a bigger V-twin motor and a new chassis, similar to that of the Teryx4. It has a big cargo compartment where the rear passengers would normally sit. The Teryx now has Fox Podium shocks and power steering as standard equipment. The camo edition is $14,299 and the Limited Edition has upgraded colors, wheels and tires for $14,999.                              
KAWASAKI MULE ( $11,649)
                                 The Kawasaki Mule line is extensive. All are utility-oriented, but the group includes 4x4s, four-seaters and machines with dual-mode differentials for grass and pavement use. The base model is a 401cc 2WD two-seater with a CV transmission and just over 3 inches of suspension travel.  The top of the line is the Trans4x4 Camo with two bench seats and a 617cc liquid-cooled V-twin motor for $11,649.                              
Kubota is a tractor company based in Osaka, Japan, that has a full line of utility UTVs, similar to the Kawasaki Mule line. All are powered by diesel motors, and the company claims to be the sales leader in this segment. The base model is the 2WD, 16-horsepower RTX 400, but the line goes up from there.  At the top, Kubota has the RTV-X1120D with 24.8 horsepower for around $17,000.                              
POLARIS RZR XP 4 1000 ($21,999)
                                 Polaris keeps pushing the bar higher in the sport category. The four-seat version of the RZR 1000 was just announced. It has an all-new chassis with a 117-inch wheelbase and room to take your extended family. It has the same performance credentials as the 1000, including the 107-horsepower twin, power steering, 18 inches of rear suspension travel and 16 inches in front.                              
POLARIS RZR XP 1000 ($19,999)
Even though the motor of the new 1000 is more powerful and has a longer stroke than that of the 900, that’s not the real story. The chassis is much beefier and more advanced, taking its inspiration directly from Trophy Trucks. The trailing-arm rear end has Walker Evans shocks that deliver 18 inches of travel. Up front, there’s 16 inches of travel from 2-inch Walker Evans shocks. Power steering is standard equipment.                              
POLARIS RZR 4 900 ($19,599)
Just a few weeks ago this was the ultimate in multi-passenger performance UTVs. Despite the arrival of the 1000, the 900 is still incredible and is capable of winning races with the whole family on board. The 900 motor produces a claimed 88 horsepower and has 14 inches of rear suspension travel with 13.5 inches up front.  Power steering is standard, as are premium tires and wheels.                              
POLARIS RZR 4 800 ($15,999)
This is the original RZR four-seater, and it’s still near the top of the class, but now its price seems much more reasonable by comparison to its two big brothers. The original RZR 760cc twin-cylinder motor is said to carry four passengers from 0 to 35 mph in about 4.4 seconds. Power steering, cast-aluminum wheels and 27 inches Maxxis Big Horn tires come as standard equipment.                              
POLARIS RZR 900 ($15,999)
                                 If you go to a WORCS race, the UTV class is wall-to-wall RZR 900s. Never before has one model so completely defined a form of racing. The RZR 900 is a complete package, with 88 horsepower and Fox suspension as standard equipment. Stepping up to the 900 EPS Orange Madness LE gives you power steering, as well as Maxxis tires, on 12-inch Crusher aluminum rims for $17,799.                              
POLARIS RZR S 800 ($12,699)
By taking the original RZR 800 and giving it a wider stance and 12 inches of suspension travel all the way around,  Polaris opened up a whole new market for the RZR in the southwestern regions of the U.S. Its 12.5 inches of ground clearance and 60.5-inch track make it particularly popular in the desert. The RZR S 800 EPS LE gives you power steering and a cool look in Stealth Black or White Lightning for $14,999.                              
POLARIS RZR 800 ($11,499)
Polaris became the biggest name in the powersports industry largely because of this machine. The original RZR is still a mainstay in areas that have trail networks limited to vehicles with an overall width of 50 inches. The 800 offers several packages, ranging from the basic Indy Red model to the LE versions, which get power steering and other upgrades. The XC is 55 inches wide and comes with Walker Evans shocks.                              
POLARIS RZR 570 ($10,299)
                                 Even though Polaris is pushing the upper price boundary with the 1000, the company hasn’t entirely left the working class behind. The 570 is a price-point RZR that turned out better than anyone expected. The single-cylinder ProStar motor is more powerful than the original Yamaha Rhino 660, and it’s in a sporty trail-width chassis. Available in a power-steering LE version for $12,299.                              
                                 Even with the frenzy of attention and evolution in the RZR ranks, Polaris didn’t forget to share the technology wealth with the Rangers. The 900 Crew got a new 60-horsepower motor. This would have been considered a race car by the standards of just three years ago. Now it allows you to carry four people in comfort. Polaris has accessories that allow you to enclose the cab. The EPS version is $16,199.                              
                                 So it’s not enough to carry four people to work. The Crew Diesel allows you to carry six people to work and back. The three-cylinder,  904cc diesel motor gives this model 40 percent more range than comparable gas models, and its bench seat allows you to carry the whole crew. The diesel doesn’t have much in the way of frills; there are no power-steering or LE options.                              
POLARIS RANGER XP 900 ($13,199)
                                 The big Ranger has a new 60-horsepower ProStar motor that’s easy to access when you tilt up the bed. If you don’t trust the boys at the worksite with all 60 horsepower, you can give them the yellow key, which limits the top speed to 25 mph or less. For $14,199, you can get the 900 with power steering. Then, for $800 more, there’s the LE configuration with wheels, trim and color upgrades.                              
Polaris kept last year’s prices on many of its models, including this one. The Ranger Diesel is similar to the other big Rangers, with the obvious exception of its three-cylinder, 904cc Yanmar motor. This is especially handy on real worksites where you don’t have regular gasoline available, and it’s said to be 40 percent more frugal on fuel. There are no dressed-up special editions here, just business.                              
POLARIS RANGER 6X6 ($12,599)
                                 There are vehicles that can offer better traction than the 6x6; the Abrams tank comes to mind. But as far as vehicles with wheels, the Ranger 6x6 is the traction king. It has true six-wheel drive, the tilting rear dump box has a 1250-pound capacity, and it will tow a full ton. The motor is a 760cc twin that produces 40 horsepower. No power steering or LE options are listed.                              
Since each bench seat can hold three, the Ranger Crew 800 is technically a side-by-side-by-side—times two. The Crew 800 is one of the original multi-passenger UTVs and remains one of the most useful. The motor is the proven 760cc, fuel-injected twin. Its peak power rating is 40, which is the same as the 570, but the 800 produces more torque so it can tow 2000 pounds without breaking a sweat.                              

POLARIS RANGER CREW 570 ($10,499) 
                                     Within the Polaris family of RZRs and Rangers, there are no less than seven Crew models that can haul four or more people, and that doesn’t include the Brutus line of commercial side-by-sides. This is the latest addition to the Ranger line and offers a reasonably affordable way to get into a multi-passenger side-by-side. The 570 motor has been massaged and is now said to produce 40 horsepower.



POLARIS RANGER 800 ($11,599)
This Ranger has a more modern (and slightly larger) chassis than it did when it first arrived years ago. It has double A-arms in front and the 760cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder motor in its High-Output version, which has 10 horsepower more than the original. In addition to the base model, the 800 is available in a Sunset Red LE version with power steering for $13,299. Camo is $12,299.                                  

                                     POLARIS RANGER EV ($10,999)
                                     Don’t think this is a high-dollar golf cart. The Ranger EV is a true all-wheel-drive vehicle, and when it’s in 2WD mode, the differential unlocks for a tighter-turning radius (so you could take it on a golf course without messing up the turf). The motor is claimed to produce the electric equivalent of 30 horsepower and runs on AC current.  The EV uses MacPherson struts in the front and double A-arms in the rear.                                  
Polaris doesn’t like to let go of anything. The original Ranger 800 can be had with the older, more compact chassis. It has MacPherson struts in front and has an overall weight that is considerably less than the full-size 800. But, the mid-size still gets the high-output version of the 760cc motor with a claimed 50 horsepower. A Gold Mist LE version sells for $12,199.                                  

                                     POLARIS RANGER 570 ($9499)
The 567cc ProStar single-cylinder motor was such a hit that Polaris wasted no time putting it into as many models as it could. This is the most affordable of them all. In this configuration, the 40-horsepower motor powers a MacPherson-strut chassis, similar to the one used for the mid-size 800 and the Ranger 400. Unlike the others, power steering can be had in the 570’s LE configuration for $11,199.                                  

                                     POLARIS RANGER 400 ($8299)
                                     Polaris has held the price steady on the 400 for several years, making it one of the best deals in the UTV world. The motor is a liquid-cooled single that actually displaces 455cc and produces 29 horsepower. The chassis has MacPherson struts in front, delivering 8 inches of travel and twin A-arms in the rear for 9 inches. The bed can carry 500 pounds. At 56.5 inches wide, it can barely fit in the back of a full-size pick-up.                                  
POLARIS SPORTSMAN ACE ($7499)                                    
This is another example of Polaris exploring new frontiers in the side-by-side world. The Sportsman Ace is the first UTV that isn't a side-by-side at all. It's a single-seater, and it's based more on an ATV than on anything in the RZR or Ranger line. It's been called a Sportsman with a roll cage. The front suspension is MacPherson strut and it's powered by the 34-horsepower Pro-Star motor. And it's crazy fun.                                  
POLARIS  RZR 170 ($4399)
                                     The RZR 170 is nothing short of brilliant. It’s scaled to fit drivers who are 10 years old, and we can’t think of a better way to teach a youngster to drive safely. The parent can adjust the RZR’s throttle to walking speed or unleash the full fury of the 169cc, air-cooled motor. The transmission is automatic and has reverse. Available in Voodoo Blue or Indy Red.                                  
                                     After leaving the Rhino on the vine a little too long, Yamaha is finally back in the new UTV business. The Viking has more power, more suspension and more room. The cab is wide enough for three bucket seats, with the center one slightly offset to the rear. The engine is actually the same 686cc single, but with revised intake and exhaust. The MSRP is unchanged. Power steering is $1000 extra.                                  

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