Did You Know?
TRV= Two-Rider Vehicle or 2-up
V2= V-Twin Engine
TBX= Truck Box Line
XT= Big Bore
FIS= Fully Independent Suspension
EPS= Electronic Power Steering
XTZ= Extreme Adventure Machine
SOHC = Single Overhead Camshaft
CVT= Continuously Variable Transmission
2-Up Atv’s (TRV)
Arctic Cat has seven models of two-up machines that you can ride in style.
The TRV 700 and TRV 1000 offer great comfort, features, and performance, and perfect for exploring the trail together.
Arctic Cat calls their 2-up ATV lineup the TRV (Two-Rider Vehicle) line. All of the TRV models have a chassis and suspension that was specifically designed for the increased loads and comfort of hauling two people. The passenger on all TRV models gets an elevated seat for a better view, extra room for their feet, their own hand holds, and a comfy seat with an integrated back rest. The 3-in-1 passenger seat can also be changed out easily for a sturdy steel rack or cargo box as well.
All of the TRV models look great, but some models also feature matching front fairing on the handlebars, a lockable rear storage compartment, and even heated hand holds for the passenger. A rear swaybar on the Limited and XT models delivers less body roll and better handling when cornering, and electronic power steering (EPS) is standard on most models.
Arctic Cat equips the TRV models with the same engine platforms as the rest of their ATV’s, and the king of the TRV lineup is the 951cc, TRV 1000 Limited, while the smallest model is the TRV 400.