|2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport|
The Wildcat Sport’s chassis is 110.5 in. long and 60 in. wide, compared to the Trail’s 110.5 x 50-in. chassis and the original Wildcat’s 128 x 64-in. frame. The rider and passenger positions are set a full 3 in. lower than competitive models to produce a low center-of-gravity, leaving the occupants less affected by vehicle movements while optimizing vehicle handling.
|60-inch wide stance on the Wildcat Sport|
Add 26-in. Carlisle Trail Pro tires to the mix and the result is driving confidence and control in even the gnarliest terrain. Powering the new Wildcat Sport is a 60-plus-hp, liquid-cooled 700 parallel twin engine that was designed by Arctic Cat (and that debuted on the Wildcat Trail). Featuring a closed-loop EFI system and four valves per cylinder, this powerful engine earns its class leading distinction for sporty fun, smoothness and durability.
|Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport|
2WD/4WD (with front differential lock) provide the exact riding performance that riders want the moment they ask for it. And dual-piston caliper hydraulic brakes offer enhanced braking performance.
Occupant comfort is a hallmark of Arctic Cat Wildcats, and the Sport follows suit with high-back bucket seats (with upper body supports); fully-variable tilt steering; a sport shifter on the center console; easy-access hinged doors with automotive-style handles and latches; passenger hand-hold; 3-point seat belts; digital gauge; and premium halogen lights with LED taillights.
Built for sporting fun, the Wildcat Sport also delivers useful features like a 300-lb. payload in
the rear cargo bed, a 2-in. receiver and 1500-lb. towing capacity. The base model Sport comes with steel 12-in. wheels, JRi ECX-1 shocks and the option of Lime Green or Red.
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|2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport Limited EPS|
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