Arctic Cat’s 700 Super Duty Diesel ATV features a 686-cc, liquid-cooled, in-line twin-cylinder, single overhead cam (SOHC) diesel engine that provides 50% greater fuel mileage over a conventional gasoline engine and plenty of low-end torque, the company says. The engine runs efficiently on six forms of diesel fuel (DF 1, DF 2, DF A Arctic, JP 5, JP 8 and up to B20 Bio Diesel) with a glow plug pre-heater assist for starting.

Arctic Cat has extensively tested the Super Duty on bio diesel, the alternative fuel made from vegetable oil or animal fat, with the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI) and the Minnesota Soybean Growers.

The blend (B20) burns cleaner than conventional diesel, producing fewer carbon dioxide emissions and lower levels of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and particulates – all goals that help environment impact, Arctic Cat says.

 

 

An all-encompassed electronic 2WD/4WD/diff lock switch on the right-hand control makes going in and out of 4WD or diff lock an easier process.

The double A-arm fully independent front and rear suspension (both with five-position spring preload adjustment) delivers 8 in. of travel, keeps the rider firmly planted and comfortable, as well as giving 10 in. of ground clearance.

For more information, see your local dealer or visit www.arcticcat.com.