2017 Ariel Nomad Tactical Buggy

Sep 9, 2019

Category: Rides

If you want to live out your diabolical Mad Max post-apocalyptic fantasy or explore the great outdoors without limits, you’re going to need a seriously sinister ride. Fortunately, the 2017 Ariel Nomad Tactical Buggy is up for sale and ready to scour the planet for an adventure.

The off-road buggy is built to devour any terrain with its 230-horsepower Honda K engine that offers 200 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to jump to 60 mph in a mere 3.5 seconds or a quarter mile in just 12.5 seconds. It’s also packing a six-speed transmission, a limited-slip differential, and remote reservoir shocks to absorb bumps along the way without any issues. With Alcon Motorsports Four-Piston Calipers and aggressive pads, you’ll feel the monster grip this badass ride has to offer. This desert-colored tactical adventure vehicle only has 11,400 miles on the odometer. Jump on the chance to own this beast now for $69,900.

Purchase: $69,900

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