7 Amazing UTVs for 2015

Are you in the market for a UTV? Here are just seven models to consider for the upcoming year.

1. Arctic Cat Prowler

Tackle even the toughest of terrain with the Arctic Cat Prowler. It's built to endure everything from hills to sand dunes, so you can take it anywhere without fear. Whatever adventures you want to have, the Prowler is more than a match for them.

2. Kawasaki Mule

The Kawasaki Mule lives up to its name by offering a steady, reliable UTV for all kinds of ground work and utility projects. It also has a new and improved formula for 2015! Get more information by clicking here.

3. John Deere Gator

John Deere is one of the most famous names in the business, and once you get behind the wheel of a Gator, you'll understand why. It can be raced on the track just as well as it can be used for backyard hauling, making it a great investment and a formidable all-in-one vehicle.

4. Yamaha Viking

Yamaha Vikings are one of the first picks for those who like to mod. You can purchase all kinds of seats, stereos and skid plates for them, allowing you to customize your UTV to your own preferences.

5. Can-Am Commander

Can-Am is known for quality, and nowhere is this more apparent than the Can-Am Commander. In addition to precision steering and absolutely breathtaking power, you'll also get great mileage out of it, so it's an excellent choice for those who like to ride their UTVs hard.

6. Honda Big Red

You can't go wrong with a Honda Big Red. The color is iconic; the engine is strong; both the interior and exterior can be modded in a variety of ways. If you're looking for a UTV that will take you places and turn heads with every mile, this is the vehicle for you.

7. Kawasaki Terxy4

If you don't like to ride alone, the Kawasaki Terxy4 is exactly what you need for a crowd. Not only does it offer spacious seating for you and your passengers, but its capacity also has no effect on its performance.

These are just a few brands worth considering the next time you're thinking about a UTV. They're all good choices, so the final decision will depend on things like your personal budget and utility needs. Happy hunting!