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post #1 of 21 Old 03-11-2011, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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4X4 sport(y) atv??

Does anyone make a 4wd atv that still has some suspension and is somewhat sporty? I like the XX, but it was useless this winter. I'd be looking at something used so a few years old is fine.
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The renegade is very impressive. My Honda dealer just started selling them. The 800r xxc is a beast.
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The renegade is very impressive. My Honda dealer just started selling them. The 800r xxc is a beast.
Ya, they're first on my list, but they are pricey for a toy. Looks like I might be able to steal an 08 for high 4s to mid 5s (not the XXC) I was seriously missing my old Grizzly's 4WD this winter.

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My vote goes to the Renegade. If I ever buy a 4x4 to replace the XX it will be a Renegade or a Polaris Rzr 900.

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If you're looking to spend that kind of money, I know where I'd be looking--an Outlander XXC. In other words, a Renegade XXC with Outlander plastics to keep you cleaner. You might be able to find one used later this season.

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My buddy has outlander 800 and I can get more places in the snow than him with paddles. So since the renegade is an outlander with diff plastics I wouldn't expect to get any farther in the snow. Bog on the other hand is a different story.
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Is it just the snow that you are interested in? You want motor, handling, something you can work with also?


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My buddy has outlander 800 and I can get more places in the snow than him with paddles. So since the renegade is an outlander with diff plastics I wouldn't expect to get any farther in the snow. Bog on the other hand is a different story.
Well...I rode with a few 4wd quads this winter and they all smoked the XX in the snow. Not even a contest. Hard pack, deep powder with no base and deep powder with a hard base....didn't matter. Not sure why your 2wd does so much better, but good for you.
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