The TRV line up is quite flexible with two engine size decisions and the choice of buying the LE version Limited Edition. Arctic Cat loves to call this
unit the 3 in 1 ATV, just think, that you would be able to ride tandem, or remove the seat and substitute it with either a SpeedRack or TBX style cargo box. The TRV is regular with double seating. The two other options has to be bought one at a time from a licensed Arctic Cat dealer. Power levels and cost are always a controversy and perhaps that’s why Cat has produced the TRV with a 400cc model and the 650 H1 model. Both models are equipped with in and out four
wheel drive, Electronic choke, start in gear characteristic and single lever hand operated hydrologic disc brakes. The 400cc model is an air/oil cooled, four stroke, engine. Now the 650 H1 is a four stroke, four valve, liquid cooled powerplant, and moving power to the wheels of both models is done by a Duramatic computerized transmission with hi and occasional forward ranges together with reverse. A big change for this year is the TRV gearing, this year they reduced the gearing to 4. 0 in the front and rear differentials to give more low end power. Don’t think the TRV is a pushover, you’ll find all of the big machine facets in this work/play unit, such as push button in and out 4wd, and whole under belly coverage.