The cat is alive: WildCat XX and Havoc X
It was autumn 2011 when Arctic Cat presented its WildCat X, a vehicle that was revolutionary at the time. The buggy had a 5-link rear axle suspension and set new benchmarks with 457 mm spring travel and a ground clearance of 330 mm. In the past few months, however, it has become quiet around Arctic Cat – in the course of the merger with Textron, they seem to have been self-absorbed. But now the Americans are back, and with two brand new vehicles: The WildCat XX as a side-by-side and the Havoc X as a utility terrain vehicle (UTV).
WildCat XX and Havoc X: New standards
Just like seven years ago, the Americans wanted to set new benchmarks: The WildCat XX comes with the most powerful engine in its class, the Havoc X comes with a 100 hp twin two-cylinder engine and fuel injection system.
Further details, information about the driving characteristics and our conclusion can be found from page 30 in ATV&QUAD Magazine 2018/05-06. It is available at the following kiosks in Germany: > www.mykiosk.com / ATV&QUAD Magazin . ATV&QUAD Magazine is also available in Austria and Switzerland, in well-stocked magazine stores. x
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