New ATV/UTV models for CFMoto

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Middleweight all-terrain vehicle and CFMoto’s ‘toughest utility task vehicle yet’ join company’s Australian range

The U1000 UTV is a new addition for CFMoto

CFMoto Australia has added two new vehicles to its Australian range for 2019, utility task vehicle the U1000 and the X600 EPS all-terrain vehicle.

The company’s Australian director Michael Poynton says the U1000’s 1000cc, 75 horsepower V-Twin engine gives it enough power to pull 800kg comfortably.

"The U1000 is the highest spec’d UTV produced from CFMoto, built to work and most importantly offers Aussie farmers one hell of a deal," he says.

"Not only will this model complement the CFMoto UTV range, it has completely revolutionised it, taking it to the next level."


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One of the features that add to this is the U1000’s new rear limited slip differential (LSD) which gives the UTV a tighter turning radius of 8.2 metres, the smallest in the CFMoto UTV range.

This is in addition to other top selling features including selectable 4WD, Electronic Power Steering (EPS), all 4-wheel hydraulic disc braking for safer stopping power, ROPS certified roll cage and a modern LED lights package, including indicators, horn and mirrors.

With a large gas-assisted tip tray and a 350kg load capacity, the U1000 is work ready, featuring a spacious bench seat with plenty room for passengers, and an additional 75.5 litres of storage.

The CFMoto U1000 is available now for $16,490 drive away and is supported by a 3 year factory warranty.

 

The X600 EPS ATV is available in camouflage (pictured) and orange

 
The middleweight, dual seat X600 EPS ATV is designed to fill a gap between CFMoto’s X500 EPS ATV and its X850 EPS ATV, powered as it is by a 600cc engine.

The X600 benefits from a Bosch electronic fuel injection system for smooth, reliable power delivery, while improvements to the intake and a new exhaust system allow the new model to gain 5 per cent more power over its predecessor.

Off road the X600 EPS gets both a front and rear locking differential, enabling both wheels to turn at the same rate to help maintain forward momentum in difficult terrain.

When not engaged the rear wheels are able to turn at different speeds to reduce tearing up the ground (turf mode) and increase the vehicle’s manoeuvrability.

It also features all 4 wheel hydraulic disc brakes for safer stopping power and 12-inch alloy wheels, while standard features include EPS, selectable 2WD / 4WD drive modes with a front diff lock, Canadian CVTech transmission with high and low range, 25 inch CST tyres, heavy duty winch, tow package and a modern lights package.

Available in either orange of camouflage, the X600 EPS available now for $9,490 ride away and is backed by a two-year warranty.

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