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2013 Arctic Cat TRV 400 Core, a Budget-Friendly Off-Road Solution

If you're looking for a budget-friendly ATV for two-up riding, the 2013 Arctic Cat TRV 400 Core might be one truly good choice, especially is you have some outdoor chores in mind.
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The 2013 TRV 400 Core retains all the great character and craftsmanship of the bigger two-up machines in the series, but ditches some features in the premium class, to keep your bank balance in the green zone. You won't get fancy aluminium wheels or power steering, but it if you can live without them, then you're set for good.

The 366cc single-cylinder power unit is coupled to the selectable 2/4WD drive via a dual-ration automated transmission and has engine braking, a very handy feature for easier descents on steep hills. Add in the firm stopping power coming from the quadruple hydraulic disc brakes and a predictable power deployment, and the 2013 Arctic Cat TRV 400 Core can be ridden by pretty much anyone.

On the convenience side, the 2013 Arctic Cat TRV 400 Core sports a 3-in-1 design allows for easy changing the passenger seat for a large rear rack or cargo box, as needed. The front rack can carry up to 100 lbs (45 kg), making this middleweight machine also good for longer trips off the road.

On the financial side, the 2013 TRV 400 comes with a base price of $7,499 (€5,690) and multiple accessories and optionals can expand both beauty and functionality for some extra cash.

 
 
 
 
 

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