When you hear the name “Segway,” the first thing that comes to mind is the outlandish two-wheeled device that the company unveiled all the way back in 2001. Since then, the company has been hard at work in an effort to expand its transportation-oriented catalog into other, more accessible areas. Now, the company has revealed a fully-outfitted off-road ATV/UTV lineup to rival the likes of Polaris and Can-Am.
The company’s well-rounded lineup is comprised of a Snarler 570 and Snarler 1000 ATV, a Fugleman 570 and Fugleman 1000 Utility UTV, and a performance-oriented Villain 1000 Sport UTV. To start, the Snarler 570AH, 570AF S, 570AF L, and 1000AF ATVs will feature a proprietary 570cc-1000cc hybrid powerplant capable of producing from 46 horsepower, all the way up to 107 horsepower, depending on the variant. Next up is the Segway Fugleman, which arrives in a 570UH, 1000 UH, and 1000UF edition. This utility-focused UTV operates under a traditional gas-powered motor and calls upon a 570cc-1000cc single-cylinder, or twin-cylinder engine to bring 107 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque to the table. And last, but not least, the Segway Villain arrives with a 1000cc twin-cylinder engine that’s complemented by a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM), allowing it to punish the terrain with its 181 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. This trail-oriented UTV is our favorite of the bunch, thanks to its aggressive styling, intimidating performance capabilities, and potential for fun. Head to Segway Powersports’ website to read up on the newly-introduced platforms prior to purchase.
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