ATV Dealers Detroit MI

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Bright Powersports
(313) 382-1220
4181 Dix Highway
Lincoln Park, MI
Manufacturers
Arctic Cat, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha

Dynamic Kawasaki
(586) 445-8100 Phone
17300 E 9 Mile Rd
Eastpointe, MI
 
All Year Round
(248) 546-4745
25805 John R Rd
Madison Heights, MI
 
Dynamic Powersports
(586) 445-8100
17300 E Nine Mile Road
Eastpointe, MI
Manufacturers
Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda

Mike Riehl's Roseville Power
(586) 859-2600
25838 Gratiot Ave
Roseville, MI
 
Bright Power Sports Kawasaki
(313) 382-1220 Phone
4181 Dix Hwy
Lincoln Park, MI
 
Rosenau Powersports Kawasaki
(313) 278-5000 Phone
24732 Ford Rd
Dearborn Heights, MI
 
Rosenau Powersports
(313) 278-5000
24732 Ford Road
Dearborn Heights, MI
Manufacturers
Can-Am, E-ton, Polaris, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda, Yamaha

Honda/Suzuki of Warren
(586) 751-1200
30822 Ryan Road
Warren, MI
Manufacturers
Suzuki, Honda

Ultimate Toys
(586) 773-3123
13750 Common Rd
Warren, MI
 

Power Trip: ATVs Deliver More Than Ever

There is no denying the fact that ATVs have become a necessity in many hunting camps. The major manufacturers are improving their offerings every year to meet hunting needs from food plot maintenance to hauling out downed critters. For model year 2008 "power" is the prevailing theme, with most of the major builders adding engine and steering power to their flagship models. Here is a rundown of some of the best new ATVs from each brand.

Arctic Cat
Arctic Cat sets a new standard for power with the Thundercat 1000 H2 EFI. Designed and manufactured by Arctic Cat, the brand new "H2" engine is a V-Twin Hemi, SOHC, liquid cooled, 950cc, Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) four stroke. The motor is built to deliver massive torque and serious, arm-stretching power. Arctic Cat announced that their intent with the Thundercat is to build an ATV that is the fastest corner-to-corner, period. The extra horsepower also means that it should be more than capable of handling food plot chores. Arctic's EFI is designed to deliver consistent performance in all conditions and temperatures automatically. Instant cold starting, optimized performance regardless of elevation or temperature and better fuel mileage are the biggest benefits applied to the Thundercat. Cat upgraded their Duramatic cvt transmission so it would stay cool while transmitting all of the added power. The suspension is race-bred with additional "ride-in". This means that the Thundercat H2 will squat approximately 2 inches when the rider sits on it, while maintaining a class leading 12" of ground clearance and 10" of suspension travel. The package inspires confidence when cornering aggressively. The wheelbase has been lengthened by 2" from their flagship 700 EFI for optimized cornering and handling. Push-button four-wheel-drive, a locking front differential, and re-designed Speedracks are all standard. To cap off the entire package, the new Thundercat rolls on 12" aluminum wheels wrapped with 25" Maxxis tires specifically designed for the ATV.


2008 Thundercat

At the other end of the cost spectrum from the folks in Thief River Falls, Minnesota is a redesigned 400 4x4. Their new 400 has an oil-cooled, 366cc power plant that they designed and build in-house. This bike has all the features of premium-priced models with a cvt transmission, 25" tires, double-wishbone independent suspension front and rear and their trademark 12" of ground clearance that permits about 10" of suspension travel. The 400 also has a surprising 6.5 gallon fuel tank and a 1,050 Lb. towing rating. Arctic's sport-utility lineup is filled out with big IRS 4x4s juiced by 500cc, 650cc and 700cc engines.

Arctic developed their TRV lineup for those who want to ride their ATV 2-up, saddle-style or have hauling duties that require a cargo box. The TRVs can come with 493cc, 641 or a 695cc power plant. All three models have a folding passenger seat that can be tipped down to make use of the rear rack or to add on a cargo box. The TR...

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