UTV vs ATV: Deciding on a Farm Vehicle
Not sure about which farm machine to add to your lineup, but your decision has come down to a UTV vs ATV? What is a UTV, and what can it do for your farm? What can an ATV bring to your homestead? Find out here.
You’ve decided to take the plunge and increase your rolling stock remuda by adding a nimble, light, utilitarian vehicle to help with daily chores, but you aren’t certain whether you should spend your hard-earned cash on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or a utility vehicle (UTV). The decision isn’t really that difficult if you park your emotions and systematically consider how you’ll make use of the machine.
The ATV is generally a single-person, four-wheeled, cycle-like vehicle that the operator straddles and steers with handlebars. The UTV is a four- or six-wheeled vehicle that’s like a small truck. Both ATVs and UTVs can save you time, money, and future medical bills by reducing physical labor and stress. While many experts suggest UTVs are the wiser investment, they’re typically more expensive, and in some cases, an ATV makes more sense.
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