SPONSORED: Wildcat XX Is Here at Wessex Performance!
We learned how a suspension system puts mud, dirt, dunes and rocks in their place.
We learned how to handle boldly, corner ruthlessly, and put ride over everything.
Pricing for 2018 models starts at $18,814.00 here at Wessex Performance.
- Rear Trailing Arm: Keeps your wheels moving up and down—not side to side—to minimize track width change.
- FOX Podium Shocks with Bottom-Out Control: Shocks built for big impact and a comfortable ride.
- 18 Inches of Front and Rear Travel: Wildcat XX doesn’t flinch at a bump in the road. It absorbs and adjusts to tame any terrain.
- 130HP with a 998cc EFI Engine: A best-in-class naturally aspirated engine can take any challenge head on.
- 2WD/4WD with 4WD Lock: Greater flexibility on all kinds of terrain, along with superior rock crawling ability.
- TEAM Rear Transaxle and Front Gear Case: Designed specifically for Wildcat XX.
- Largest-In-Class Cab: The most spacious cab in the industry makes for the most comfortable ride.
- Ergonomically Designed, Customizable Dash: Surfaces allow for easy installation of accessories, like radios and audio systems.
- Hauling & Storage: When you need to take extra gear along for the ride, Wildcat XX has just the spot, including enough room for a 32-inch spare tire.
- Class-Leading 4-Gallon Glove Box: Unmatched storage space within reach of the driver.
- Class-Leading 300-lb Cargo Box: Pack plenty of gear for the ride.
- Reliability: If you’re thinking of taking it easy on Wildcat XX — don’t. We doubled down on unstoppably tough, tested components, and made XX easier to service than any other side-by-side. Wildcat XX is built in Thief River Falls, MN — and designed to take you anywhere. And we stand behind it with a 6-month warranty. Double-Shear Steering and Suspension Components; Forged Aluminum Front Knuckle; Oversized Front and Rear Wheel Bearings; Hanging Rear Drivetrain; HSLA Steel Tube Frame
A Winning Machine!
The 1-day, 531-mile race is considered one of the toughest and most prestigious of the BITD Series events.
Bulloch piloted the nearly-stock, naturally aspirated No. 1835 Wildcat XX to an absolutely crushing win 11 hours and 26 minutes, nearly 18 minutes faster than the second place UTV.
The win was a true testament to the durability of the Wildcat XX and its racers, who only stopped for a belt, tire change and fuel while leaving nothing but dust for a class full of custom-built vehicles.
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