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
Arctic Cat offers two unique models of hard working ATVs unlike anything else. Both the TBX 700 XT and the SUPER DUTY 700 share a common chassis which has tough, rugged looks, heavy duty racks for hauling all the gear you can stack on it, automotive paint, a two inch receiver hitch for towing, and plenty of other features but each model also has something setting it apart from any other ATV.
The TBX 700 XT has a tough, composite cargo box with a 300-lb. capacity, handy tie-down attachment points, and two side storage compartments. When it’s time to unload the dump box you can drop the tailgate, pull a latch, and tilt the box back. The tilting dump box isn’t the only unique feature on the Arctic Cat utility models though. The Super Duty Diesel 700 comes with a diesel engine!While the TBX 700 XT model runs Arctic Cat’s SOHC, 4-stroke, 4-valve w/EFI engine, the Super Duty Diesel 700 features a 686cc, 2-valve inline twin diesel engine. The advantages of the diesel engine are enormous torque for towing anything you can hook behind it, and as long as you have traction you can probably move it. Since diesels are favored by the military and any other outfit that runs diesel fuel in their other equipment Arctic Cat made sure the Super Duty diesel engine can run six different types of fuels; DF1, DF2, DF-Arctic, JP5, JP8, and Biodiesel.