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2019 Textron Wildcat XX Review


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What do you think of the 2019 Textron's Wildcat XX side by side? ATV.com has a nice write up/review on it http://www.atv.com/manufacturer/textron-off-road/2019-textron-wildcat-xx-review

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Engine Liquid-Cooled, 4-Stroke Inline Triple Cylinder Dual Overhead Cam, 998cc Gas Engine
Horsepower 125
Drivetrain CVT; TEAM Rapid Response Clutches (H,L,N,R,P)
Drive System Electric 2/4WD with 4WD Lock
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection
Front Differential Front Locking Differential with Electrical Actuator
Rear Differentail Rear Transaxle
Steering Rack & Pinion w/ Electronic Power Steering, Tilt Steering Wheel with Sport Design
Front Suspension Double A-Arm with 18 in (45.7 cm) Travel
Rear Suspension Trailing Arm with 18 in (45.7 cm) Travel
Shocks FOX 2.5 PODIUM QS3 with Compression Adjustment (Front); FOX 2.5 PODIUM QS3 with Compression Adjustment and Bottom-Out Control (Rear)
Brakes Dual Piston Front Calipers and Single Piston Rear Calipers
Tires 30 x 10 x 15 in CST Behemoth Tires (Front & Rear)
Wheels 15 in Aluminum KMC Wheels
Alternator 470 Watt Stator and 65 Amp Alternator
Accessory Connection System Pre-Wired Connections for up to 8 Accessories (4 Switch & 4 Key-On)
Length x Width x Height 136 x 64 x 67.5 in.
Weight 1,816 lb (Dry) | 1,868 lb (Curb)
Wheelbase 95 in.
Fuel Capacity 10 gal.
Ground Clearance 14 in.
Bed Dimensions 34 x 32 x 9 in.
Bed Capacity 300 lbs
Frame Structurally Welded High Strength Steel
MSRP $20,499
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