Yes, this means the unit can have a stronger center of gravity than most side by side cargo units but individually I liked the stiff but agile ride that
the unit emits. Control is enough and the off road capabilities are highlighted by the mixture
of an impressive engine, good shifting, and a carefully at ease ride. I don’t like sissy vehicles and the Prowler is no sissy. Actually it’s my favorite Arctic Cat ATV, the unit is jam filled with extras. Large comfortable seats, two 12volt accessories retailers, under hood storage/doubling as a cooler, glove box, and drink holder. Now the Prowler is available in a decked out package called the XT version this unit is equipped with rear sway bar, Cast aluminum 14” wheels, and digital gauge cluster. The typical Prowler rolls on steel wheels and lacks the sway bar and electronic gauge kit. Standard or XT the Prowler is a first-rate side by side with a cargo box that may handle 600lbs of whatever and the unit is rated for 1500lbs of towing capacity. Again the engine is a 641cc, liquid cooled, 4 stroke powerplant that uses a 36mm Keihin carburetor, here is the only engine that Cat makes in their own facility. Braking the Prowler is completed by front and rear disc brakes, the unit is supplied with a foot operated parking brake. Let’s sum the Prowler up with my likes and dislikes, first off, the off road ability is kind of good with helpful acceleration in almost any situation.