If you don’t need 750-class power but you want all the benefits of Cab Cadet’s newest UTV platform, you need to know about the new Challenger 550. Expect to see more tests from us surrounding the Cub Cadet as well as more of them on your local trails. I had to file a complaint with the BBB on the Distributor. The air intake is under the hood to keep water out of the engine, and the bodywork and full doors do a great job of keeping mud off the riders.

— C ub Cadet’s new Challenger 750 (tested in UTV Action’s June, 2017 issue) offers more power, better suspension and more comfort and refinement than any previous Cub Cadet UTV. The Polaris RZR Pro XP has just been unveiled and here is a first look at the latest generation of the most popular performance UTV on the market. Front and rear sway bars resist body roll. We could keep up with Cub Cadet’s Challenger 750 in deep, soft sand and on steep, twisty trails that don’t let you maintain much momentum. Locking one or both differentials provides extra traction for slippery surfaces and challenging terrain. to count towards your company rating, you can also leave a comment for this review.

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In fact there is a little more room on the driver’s side than on the passenger side. Rocky washes send a fair amount of feedback through the steering on this non-power-steering machine, but with 12 inches of ground clearance and lockable front and rear differentials, rocks and mud never slowed our progress. Like the Rhino, the seats are not adjustable but a wide range of driver sizes can operate it comfortably. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. You can try to reach review author by writing a comment to the review or try one of our business solutions. There are 9 inches of travel up front and 8.1 inches in the rear. Engine type Liquid-cooled, 4-valve, SOHC 4-stroke, Access Tool-less, lift seat and undo clips, Reverse procedure Move range selector to “R”, Drive system Selectable 2WD/4WD w/diff lock & EBS, Overall length/width/height 118”/61.4”/79.7”, Front Dual A-arms w/ prel./comp./reb. The range selector could be more positive, but the Cub Cadet’s fit, finish and feel are very good overall. Read reviews and learn more about the Cub Cadet Challenger MX 550 Yellow. 2017 Cub Cadet Challenger 550 & 750 Review, 2017 Cub Cadet Challenger 550 & 750 UTV Review. The Cub Cadet comes with doors, a roof, windshield, mirrors, aluminum wheels, winch, and even a horn and turn signals.

shocks/8.1”, Instrumentation Speedometer, tachometer, coolant, temp, clock, fuel level, drive mode indicators, Suggested retail price $9999; Camo, $10,299. Mechanic's Assistant: Do you plan on doing the work yourself? A quick-release full windshield is standard, and optional upper sections for the full doors and a rear window can be added in minutes. The automotive-like instruments are excellent, and the seats are comfortably shaped and well padded. Tires are the connection between you and the ground you ride on. It is very disappointing that a person spending this kind of money on a piece of equipment should be having to go thru these many problems with a brand-new piece of equipment. Those features include a roof, full windshield, two side mirrors, full doors, aluminum wheels, 6-ply tires, bumpers, fully adjustable, turn signals, front and rear 2-inch receivers, shocks and a 3500 pound winch as standard equipment. The 550’s power is very smooth and controllable, and it has enough guts for technical terrain and tough climbs.

It’s outstanding for this type of UTV. Financing Available. The 550’s power is very smooth and controllable, and it has enough guts for technical terrain and tough climbs. A fully automatic, belt-type, continuously variable, dual-range transmission with engine braking.