CFMoto expands UTV range

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CFMoto has expanded its UForce 600 UTV range, adding two models it says will offer more choice in the middleweight UTV category

CFMoto will now offer two additional variants to its UForce 600 utility terrain vehicle – a no-frills model and one with an expanded range of options.

The models will complement the existing UForce 600 model, which currently retails for $14,490 drive away.

The no-frills UForce 600 Base model, which will retail for $12,990 drive away, will boast many of the features of the standard model, including its LCD Screen, ROPS- approved cage and newly designed bench seat.


CFMoto UForce 600 Base model

It will also have the standard model’s roof kit, multiple engine modes with electronic engine braking, 960kg of towing and carrying capacity and nearly 100 litres of storage. The 580cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, single overhead cam, single-cylinder engine also continues to operate at full mast: 41hp (31kW) at 6250rpm and 62Nm at 4750rpm.

Where it will differ is that it will have a fixed rear differential, steel wheels instead of alloy and halogen lights instead of LED.

It will not have electronic power steering, or a winch, as the standard model does, and will only be available in blue livery.

On the other end of the scale, the UForce 600 Hunt will have all of the higher-end offerings, as well as a True Timber camouflage wrap, a snorkel kit, a half screen and front, rear and side protector bars.

Available for $15,990 drive away, CFMoto says the Hunt model is positioned in the same premium vein as the UForce 800 Camo and UForce 1000 Hunter.


CFMoto UForce 600 Hunt model

The total value of the accessories (not including the camo wrap) on the UForce 600 Hunt is $2,055, however the premium over the UForce 600 is only $1,500.

"The UForce 600, which was released in 2021, already represents a quantum leap in design, performance, ergonomics and driving dynamics over its predecessor, and the Base and Hunt models continue that narrative while offering more choice for the customer," the company says.

Both models go on sale in the last week of January.

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