Top 37 Global UTV Brands to Watch in 2024

Key Takeaways

  • The most recognized names and the top-selling brands in the UTV market include Polaris, Can-Am, Kawasaki, Arctic Cat, Yamaha, and Honda.
  • The UTV market features a wide range of manufacturers, from industry giants to niche specialists, totaling 40 different brands.
  • U.S. brands including Polaris, John Deere, and LandMaster emphasize their local production, appealing to patriotism and supporting domestic jobs.
  • For high-performance and adrenaline-pumping experiences, brands like Arctic Cat, Yamaha, Polaris, and Can-Am specialize in sport UTVs.
  • Brands such as Intimidator, John Deere, Kubota and Honda specialize in UTVs designed for specific purposes like heavy-duty utility tasks.
  • Segway, Hisun Motors, and Tracker Off Road brands are introducing electric and hybrid UTV models, focusing on eco-friendly and innovative solutions for off-road use.

Side-By-Side Brands in 2024

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The complete list of UTV brands:

  1. Arctic Cat
  2. John Deere
  3. Polaris
  4. Kawasaki
  5. Honda
  6. Can-Am
  7. Kymco
  8. Hisun Motors
  9. BMS Motorsports
  10. Yamaha
  11. Quadix
  12. American LandMaster
  13. CFMoto
  14. Tomcar
  15. Intimidator
  16. Massimo Motor
  17. Linhai
  18. Segway Powersports
  19. Kubota
  20. SSR Motorsports
  21. Gravely
  22. Bad Boy Mowers
  23. Club Car
  24. Kioti
  25. Bobcat
  26. Alke’
  27. Cub Cadet
  28. New Holland
  29. Coleman Powersports
  30. ODES Powersports
  31. Toro
  32. SHERP
  33. Goupil
  34. JCB
  35. Daymak
  36. Oreion Motors
  37. Tracker Off Road

Before you dive in, just a heads up: this article is pretty extensive because it covers a comprehensive list of UTV brands. Thanks for your patience as we go through each one!

1. Arctic Cat

Arctic Cat, established in 1960 and acquired by Textron Inc. in 2017, is a leading American UTV brand based in Thief River Falls, Minnesota. Originally focused on ATVs and snowmobiles, Arctic Cat entered the side-by-side market in 2005 with the launch of its first model.

The brand is known for the Prowler and Wildcat side-by-side lineup. The Prowler offers utility features like a large rear box for farm use, while the Wildcat provides high performance for trail riding.

Arctic Cat UTVs are designed for practical applications such as farming and hunting, featuring high ground clearance, low gear ratios for towing, and robust steel racks for hauling.

Popular UTV models from Arctic Cat:

  • Arctic Cat Prowler Pro – starting at $14,599
  • Arctic Cat Prowler Pro Ranch Edition – starting at $16,399
  • Arctic Cat Wildcat XX – starting at $23,199
  • Arctic Cat Prowler 500 – starting at $11,000 (The smallest UTV so far)
  • Arctic Cat Prowler Pro S – starting at $14,599
  • Arctic Cat Prowler Pro Crew LTD – starting at $20,999

2. John Deere

John Deere, established in 1837, is a leading American company known for its agricultural, construction, and forestry machinery. It’s no surprise that when you and I think of John Deere, especially in the USA, we think of farming. Besides their famous tractors and combines, John Deere also excels in producing diesel heavy-duty UTVs.

Their first UTV, The Gator, launched in 1992 and remains a core part of their lineup. Designed for heavy-duty tasks on farms, worksites, and ranches, the Gator models are instantly recognizable by their classic green color and are primarily built for farming.

John Deere continually offers various Gator models in categories like work series, electric vehicles, and mid to full-size crossovers. Focused on excellence in farming and work-related tasks, and if you’re considering the top-notch Gator model for your farm, expect to invest over $22,000—a worthy price for its reliability and performance.

Check out: the best UTV for your farm or ranch.

Top selling John Deere UTVs:

  • John Deere Gator XUV835R  – starting at $36,499
  • John Deere Gator XUV835M – starting at $22,000
  • John Deere Gator XUV560E – starting at $12,999

3. Polaris

Another American also probably the most popular UTV manufacturer is  Polaris, established in Roseau, Minnesota, originally made a name for themselves in the snowmobile industry before branching into ATVs and UTVs.

In 1999, they introduced their first RANGER side-by-side as a 6×6, designed to qualify as an off-road vehicle and capable of speeds over 25 mph. In 2016, Polaris won a significant $6.5 million contract with the U.S. Marine Corps to supply 145 MRZR-D Utility Task Vehicles, underscoring their reputation for rugged, reliable vehicles.

Polaris manufactures their own “Liberty” engines, emphasizing their commitment to quality and innovation. Polaris caters to a variety of preferences with three UTV model lineups: the RZR, General, and Xpedition. Polaris is the leading brand in the youth UTV market.

Best-selling Polaris UTVs:

  • Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000 – starting at $20,299
  • Polaris General XP 1000 – starting at $24,499
  • Polaris Ranger 500 – starting at $36,499
  • Polaris Ranger XP 1000 Premium – starting at $19,999
  • Polaris RZR XP 1000 – starting at $21,899

4. Kawasaki

I’ll never forget the first time I saw a Kawasaki UTV in my neighborhood as a kid—they’re still as cool and tough as ever! Kawasaki, a Japanese brand, manufactures their rugged UTVs right here in the U.S., with plants in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Maryville, Missouri.Notably, they were the first foreign vehicle maker to establish a manufacturing plant in the U.S.

Now Kawasaki offers two main UTV lineups: the MULE and the TERYX. The MULE models are built for versatility and durability, perfect for tough jobs or transporting a crew, with options ranging from 2 to 6 passengers. The TERYX lineup is designed for recreational use, handling tough terrain with ease.

Kawasaki UTVs are famous for being reliable and efficient. They’re also known for their affordability and value. Plus, they’re top-notch for hunting!

The most popular Kawasaki side-by-sides are:

  •  The Kawasaki MULE PRO – starting at $16,399
  •  The Kawasaki MULE PRO-FXT™ 1000 – starting at $20,299
  •  The Kawasaki TERYX KRX®4 1000 – starting at $27,499
  •  The Kawasaki MULE PRO-DXT™ DIESEL- starting at $18,999

5. Honda

If you’re as passionate about off-roading as I am, you’ve undoubtedly heard of “Pioneer.” Honda’s Pioneer lineup has been a major player in the UTV industry for decades.

Honda, primarily known for their reliable and affordable sedans, has also been influential in the off-road sector, manufacturing ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes. Still today, Honda is considered as the most reliable UTV brand. They first entered the UTV market with the Odyssey in 1976 and have maintained a reputation for reliability and durability.

In 2009, Honda strategically shifted to focus more on UTV production, responding to the growing popularity of off-roading. They invested heavily in research, design, and manufacturing to meet the demands of both enthusiasts and professionals.

Today, Honda offers two UTV lineups: the TALON for sport, which delivers speed and performance on trails, and the PIONEER for utility, ideal for tasks like farming, hunting, and touring.

Top-selling Honda side-by-sides:

  • Honda Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe – starting at $20,299
  • Honda Pioneer 700-4 Deluxe – starting at $13,399
  • Honda Talon 1000 R Special Edition – starting at $26,099
  • Honda Pioneer 1000-5 – starting at $18,899

6. Can-Am

Can-Am, a subsidiary of the Canadian Bombardier Corporation, is renowned for its speed and efficiency in the UTV world. Their most popular sport side-by-side is the Maverick model, which showcases the precision and care put into their off-road machines.

Can-Am offers a versatile lineup of side-by-sides designed for a variety of uses, including racing, work, and mud adventures. Each model is engineered for specific off-road conditions: the Defender for heavy-duty work, and the Maverick R for top-notch off-roading performance.

From my own experience, I can vouch for the value of these UTVs. Although they come with an average price tag of around twenty thousand USD, they are definitely worth the investment

The 3 best UTVs from Can-Am:

  • Can-Am Defender MAX Lone Star CAB – starting at $24,299 (UTV with air conditioning)
  • Can-Am Maverick X3 X RC Turbo RR 72 – starting at $32,899
  • Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX DS Turbo 64 – starting at $25,099
  • Can-Am Commander X MR – starting at $22,599

7. Kymco

Kymco, a Taiwanese powersport brand also known as Kwang Yang Motor Co, Ltd, is globally recognized for its high-quality scooters, motorcycles, ATVs, and side-by-sides. In the United States, Kymco products are distributed by KYMCO USA INC, with operations centered in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Kymco’s side-by-side models are categorized into two main series: the UXV 450i and the UXV 700. These models are primarily utility-focused, each equipped with a dump bed and impressive towing capabilities.

Despite their budget-friendly price range of $7,999 to $10,999, Kymco’s UTVs feature engines that surpass the quality typically found in Chinese UTVs.

Just a heads-up: KYMCO started as a company in 1963 when it split off from Honda. Back then, it used to make parts for Honda bikes.

Kymco UTV models:

  • The Kymco UXV 450i LE – starting at $8,799
  • The Kymco UXV 700i LE – starting at  $10,399
  • The Kymco UXV 450i LE Hunter – starting at $10,399
  • The Kymco UXV 700i LE Prime – starting at $10,999
  • The Kymco UXV 700i LE Hunter – starting at $10,999

8. Hisun Motors

HiSun, originating from China but the brand assembles its vehicles in the U.S. With headquarters spanning 300,000 sq-ft in McKinney, Texas, they’ve established themselves as a major powersports supplier.

Known globally, Hisun’s UTV models are popular for their decent quality and performance at a mid-range price, making them an excellent option for newcomers to side-by-sides. Also, Hisun is specifically targeting the electric utility vehicle market, currently offering several models to meet growing demand.

Although relatively new in the market, Hisun has quickly gained a good reputation and is expected to continue improving their products over time.

Note: Hisun has the reputation of producing the quietest UTV on the market.

Most selling Hisun UTVs:

  • Hisun Strike 1000 EPS – starting at $14,599
  • Hisun Motors Sector E1 – starting at $11,599
  • Hisun Strike 500R – starting at $10,999

9. BMS Motorsports

BMS Motorsports, established in 2009 and based in Riverside, California, has quickly made a name for itself in the UTV market with factory production in China. Although this brand might be newer to some, I was introduced to it two years ago at a sports event and was immediately impressed by its power and mobility.

From both owner feedback and my personal experience, BMS Motorsports’ side-by-sides hold up well against top brands like Honda, Polaris, and Can-Am in terms of efficiency and durability. BMS offers two model lineups: utility models for work and sports models for speed and performance.

What distinguishes BMS Motorsports is their competitive pricing. Despite featuring similar quality and capabilities as more established brands, their UTVs are significantly more affordable.

Popular UTVs from BMS Motorsports:

  • BMS RANCH PONY 600 EFI – starting at $9,999
  • BMS STALLION 600 RX-EFI – starting at $10,499
  • BMS COLT 700 LSX 4S – starting at $14,499
  • BMS SNIPER T-1500 2S – starting at $15,499
  • BMS SNIPER T-350 – starting at $6,499

10. Yamaha

Yamaha is a leading name in the UTV market, known for their pioneering quality since the introduction of the Rhino 660 in 2003. This model, which was Yamaha’s first UTV, enjoyed global popularity and helped establish their reputation in off-roading until its production ended in 2012.

Yamaha offers a diverse range of side-by-side models tailored for specific uses, from fun off-roading to serious heavy-duty work. Their current UTVs fall into three categories: pure-sport, recreation, and utility. Yamaha is also the leader in UTV accessories.

For pure-sport enthusiasts, the Yamaha YXZ1000R lineup features high-performance UTVs equipped with a 998cc inline three-cylinder engine and a 5-speed sequential shift manual transmission, perfect for extreme off-roading.

The Wolverine models cater to recreational users with their sport-utility design, agile handling, and multiple engine choices.

Meanwhile, the Yamaha Viking serves the utility segment, offering robust performance with a 686cc engine and seating for up to six, ideal for both work and play.

Top Yamaha side-by-side with current price:

  • Yamaha YXZ1000R SS – starting at $20,899
  • Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000 XT-R – starting at $26,199
  • Yamaha Wolverine X2 1000 XT-R – starting at $19,999
  • Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 XT-R – starting at $17,399
  • Yamaha VIKING VI EPS RANCH EDITION – starting at $17,899

11. Quadix

Quadix is a German side-by-side brand that is famous in Europe mostly. You can get one of their UTVs from their dealers. Quadix primarily focuses on producing utility UTVs, which means their vehicles are designed for tasks like plowing, hauling, towing, hunting, and fieldwork.

In addition to that, Quadix is a diesel UTV brand, so they are not offering any electric UTV yet. And, Kubota, a well-known agricultural machinery company, makes Quadix UTVs engines.

UTVs from Quadix:

  • QUADIX TROOPER – starting at $15,000
  • QUADIX T-BOSS 575 – starting at $12,500

12. American LandMaster

American LandMaster, an established American side-by-side manufacturer, has been in the off-roading industry since 1967. Originally founded as Manco Products focusing on mini-bikes and go-karts, the company was acquired by Ambassador Enterprises in 2014 and rebranded to LandMaster in 2017.

Under new leadership since 2019, American LandMaster has shifted entirely to making UTVs, which might be why you’re not yet familiar with their products.

A notable feature of American LandMaster is their one-year full vehicle warranty and their availability of official UTV parts. They offer a range of UTVs from entry-level to heavy-duty models, with prices ranging from $6,999 to $19,999.

Popular UTVs from American LandMaster:

  • American LandMaster L7 (X) Crew – starting at $15,000
  • American LandMaster L5 – starting at $15,000
  • American LandMaster L7 (XL) PRO – starting at $15,000
  •  American LandMaster AMP – starting at $15,000

13. CFMoto

CFMoto, the top Chinese side-by-side brand, has been gaining international popularity with their robust machines. Founded in 1989 as an engine manufacturer, CFMoto has a significant presence in China, even supplying vehicles for police and fire departments.

CFMoto entered the U.S. market in 2002 and established its headquarters in Plymouth, MN in 2007, featuring comprehensive departments from sales to tech support. While their ATVs and side-by-sides are manufactured in Thailand and China, a new facility is set to open in Mexico in 2024.

CFMoto offers two main UTV families: ZFORCE for sport enthusiasts, designed for speed and excitement, and UFORCE for utility purposes, which are especially popular and profitable due to their work-ready design.

Although our judgment came right after hearing about the “Chaines brand,” CFMoto’s resilience over the last decades differentiated this brand from the rest of the Chinese UTV brands.

Most Popular CFMoto UTVs:

  • CFMoto ZFORCE 800 TRAIL – starting at $12,799
  • CFMoto UFORCE 1000 – starting at $12,999
  • CFMoto UFORCE 1000 XL – starting at $14,999
  • CFMoto ZFORCE 950 TRAIL – starting at $13,999

14. Tomcar

Did you know about the Israeli off-road utility vehicle manufacturer, Tomcar? I only discovered them a few months ago. Tomcar has been producing ultra-dependable, all-terrain vehicles since its origins from a top-secret mission in 1967.

Tomcar claims that their side-by-sides are the most durable and reliable in the world, constructed with a fully welded roll cage and frame for safety, and they even offer a lifetime warranty on the frame.

Their most popular model, the TOMCAR TX, features 14 inches of suspension travel and independent wheel movement for a smooth ride. It’s versatile too, running on gas or electric and boasting a 17-inch ground clearance.

For those in North America, Tomcar’s headquarters is located in Phoenix, Arizona, making it convenient to acquire one of these robust UTVs in the U.S.

Tomcar UTV Models:

  • Tomcar TX
  • Tomcar TM
  • Tomcar TE

15. Intimidator

Intimidator is a proud American UTV brand, headquartered in Batesville, Arkansas, where they also manufacture their vehicles. Founded in 2013 by entrepreneurs Robert and Becky Foster, Intimidator now has dealerships across most U.S. states.

They offer world-class 4X4 side-by-side utility vehicles known for their strength, power, and performance, yet remain affordable. Intimidator not only produces UTVs but also owns accessory companies like Bad Dawg Accessories and GroundHog MAX, enhancing their UTVs with a wide range of aftermarket options.

Constructed from premium steel with parts sourced both domestically and globally, Intimidator is relatively new to the UTV market but has quickly established a loyal following.

Popular CFMoto SXS:

  • Intimidator GC1K – starting at $17’599
  • Intimidator Classic – starting at $16,299
  • Intimidator GC1K Truck – starting at $22,499
  • Intimidator Truck – starting at $20,099
  • Intimidator Classic EV – starting at $19,199

16. Massimo Motor

Massimo Motor, a U.S.-based company founded in 2009, is quickly gaining recognition among off-road enthusiasts with their motto ‘Powerful, Affordable, Reliable.’ Operating from a large 325,000-square-foot factory in Garland, Texas, Massimo Motor offers a diverse range of products including Utility UTVs, recreational ATVs, and Americana-style mini-bikes that are farm and ranch tested.

They feature four UTV model lineups: T-BOSS, WARRIOR, MSU, and BUCK, with multiple models under each. Currently, Massimo focuses exclusively on utility UTVs, with the T-BOSS and WARRIOR models being the most popular in their offerings.

Top-rated Massimo Motor UTV Models:

  • Massimo Motor T-BOSS 760 – starting at $12,499
  • Massimo Motor MSU 850 – starting at $13,999
  • Massimo Motor WARRIOR 1000 MXD CREW – starting at $21,999
  • Massimo Motor BUCK 450 – starting at $8,999
  • Massimo Motor T-BOSS 560 – starting at $10,299
  • Massimo Motor MSU 850-5 – starting at $15,999

17. Linhai

Linhai, a well-known Chinese UTV manufacturer, was founded in 1956, making it one of the earliest companies in China to specialize in small power machinery.

A significant milestone was their 1994 joint venture with Yamaha Motorcycle Co., Ltd., marking a major collaboration between China and Japan.

Their product range includes gasoline ATVs and diesel UTVs, focusing primarily on utility side-by-sides. However, despite their offerings, Linhai UTVs are less popular in the U.S. compared to other Chinese brands like CFMoto. Currently, Linhai offers just four utility UTV models.

Linhai UTVs:

  • T-BOSS 550
  • LH1100U-D
  • T-ARCHON 200
  • T-Archon 200

18. Segway Powersports

Segway Inc., initially founded in the U.S. in 1999, is now under Chinese ownership but still maintains its headquarters and a significant portion of its production in New Hampshire.

Their diverse product range includes all-terrain vehicles, utility and sport side by sides, and on-road vehicles. Notably, Segway Powersports produces the well-known sport side by side, the VILLAIN, alongside several robust utility models.

For utility UTVs, Segway offers the UT lineup, though choices within this category are somewhat limited.

Segway UTVs:

  • Segway VILLAIN – starting at $14,699
  • Segway UT10 S CREW – starting at $14,999
  • Segway UT10 P CREW –  starting at $16,999
  • Segway UT 10 – starting at $14,899

19. Kubota

Kubota, a renowned Japanese brand, is a global leader in heavy equipment and agricultural machinery, operating in over 100 countries.

They offer a range of utility vehicles known for their reliability, agility, and performance, catering to both residential and commercial needs. The lineup includes mid-size, full-size gas, and full-size diesel UTV models.

Best Kubota UTVs:

  • KUBOTA RTV-X1140
  • KUBOTA RTV-X1120

20. SSR Motorsports

Founded in 2002, SSR Motorsports is a U.S.-based brand that imports and distributes powersports products, with manufacturing activities in China.

They’ve earned a reputation for delivering well-engineered products at affordable prices. Their side-by-side UTVs range from under five thousand to eleven thousand dollars.

While I wouldn’t go as far as to say that SSR Motorsports is the best budget-friendly side-by-side brand out there, they do offer moderate-quality UTVs within this price range.

On top of that, they offer a wide variety of options to choose from, and they have dealerships scattered all across the United States.

Popular SSR Motorsports side-by-sides:

  • BISON 200P – starting at $6,599
  • SRU170RS – starting at $4,459
  • BISON 400U XL – starting at $10,799
  • BISON 400U – starting at $8,499
  • BISON 500U – starting at $10,999

21. Gravely

Gravely, owned by Ariens Company, is an American UTV brand with over a century of innovation. While not widely known in the global UTV community or even across the U.S., this is partly because they’ve produced only a limited range of side-by-sides, focusing exclusively on heavy-duty utility models.

These durable and powerful UTVs don’t come cheap—expect to spend around twenty thousand dollars. Despite the higher price, Gravely UTVs are excellent for farming, touring, and hunting, but their exclusivity makes them less familiar to many of us.

Gravely Top Side-by-Sides:

  • Gravely ATLAS JSV® 3400 – starting at $19,199
  • Gravely ATLAS JSV® 6400 – starting at $21,999
  • Gravely ATLAS JSV® 3400 SD – starting at $19,999

22. Bad Boy Mowers

Bad Boy Mowers, known primarily for their zero-turn mowers, is an American brand that also produces heavy-duty utility UTVs.

Although not as famous as other American UTV manufacturers, they currently offer two utility side-by-sides. If you’re seeking speed, these might not be for you.

However, their Bandit Side By Side is designed for top-notch performance and reliability, available with either a 545cc or a 735cc engine, to suit various power needs.

Bad Boy Mowers UTVs:

  • Bad Boy Bandit 550
  • Bad Boy Bandit 750

23. Club Car

Most of us recognize Club Car for their top-notch golf carts, a leader in efficiency worldwide. Recently, Club Car has expanded into manufacturing utility UTVs, with some models gaining popularity across the nation.

They are investing significantly in this sector to compete with established brands. Club Car specializes in utility UTVs and also offers various street-legal models.

Club Car side-by-sides:

  • Club Car CARRYALL 1500
  • Club Car URBAN
  • Club Car CARRYALL 1700
  • Club Car CARRYALL 510 LSV
  • Club Car CARRYALL 710 LSV

24. Kioti

Founded in 1947 and based in Daegu, South Korea, Daedong Corporation is a prominent agricultural machinery manufacturer. In the U.S., it operates under the brand name Kioti.

Kioti focuses solely on utility UTVs, with no sports models in their lineup. Their products include two distinct side-by-side series: MECHRON and K9.

The most popular Kioti side-by-sides are:

  • MECHRON® 2200
  • K9 2440
  • K9 2400
  • MECHRON® 2240

25. Bobcat

Bobcat is a global leader in compact equipment for industries like construction, agriculture, and landscaping, with a 60-year history under its parent company, Doosan Bobcat. Known primarily for heavy construction machines, Bobcat has also introduced four UTV models known for their power and durability.

Each comes with the option of gas or diesel engines, giving me—and potentially you—the freedom to choose based on our needs. While Bobcat hasn’t produced any sports side-by-sides yet, there’s potential for them in the future.

Bobcat UTV Models:

  • UV34 Gas
  • UV34 Diesel
  • UV34XL Diesel
  • UV34XL Gas

26. Alke’

Alke’ is an electric UTV brand from Italy, and although it’s fairly new and not yet well-known globally, it’s making an impact. They exclusively produce electric utility side-by-sides.

Alke’s UTVs are impressively powerful, capable of carrying up to 1,630 Kg and towing up to 4,500 Kg. Each vehicle is equipped with an 8 kW electric motor that can peak at 14 kW, designed to handle demanding situations efficiently. These UTVs are commonly used in sectors like tourism, agriculture, and logistics.

Alke’ UTVs:

  • Alke Electric UTV

27. Cub Cadet

Cub Cadet is a well-known American UTV brand, recognized for its heavy-duty utility side-by-sides and outdoor power equipment. They’ve built a strong global reputation for making durable and reliable machines.

I’ve noticed that Cub Cadet UTVs are increasingly popular on farms and construction sites because they balance quality with affordability—something not all brands can manage.

Plus, their higher resale value catches the eye of anyone looking to buy second-hand. Currently, they offer about ten UTV models, with prices ranging from $11,499 to $16,799.

Best Cub Cadet UTV Models:

  • Cub Cadet Challenger MX 750 EPS – starting at $16,499
  • Cub Cadet Challenger M 550 – starting at $11,499
  • Cub Cadet Challenger MX 550 – starting at $14,499
  • Cub Cadet Challenger M 750 EPS – starting at $13,499

28. New Holland

New Holland, a prestigious name in agricultural machinery for over a century, also makes its mark with UTVs. Although primarily known for their farm equipment, I find it worth mentioning their UTV capabilities.

They currently offer the Rustler UTV lineup, designed to maximize power and performance. Available with either two or four-passenger options, the Rustler can handle a total load capacity of 1,500 lbs.

New Holland UTV models:

  • Rustler 850 2-Passenger
  • Rustler 850 4-Passenger

29. Coleman Powersports

Coleman Powersports, located in Mesquite, Texas, started in 1900 with William Coffin Coleman selling gas lamps in Oklahoma. Today, it’s a subsidiary of Newell Brands, and while Coleman is known for a variety of outdoor products, including ATVs and dirt bikes, they only recently entered the UTV market. As a result, their UTV options are somewhat limited.

 Best Coleman UTVs:

  • Coleman UT400
  • Coleman UT550X
  • Coleman UT750X

30. ODES Powersports

If you’re from Texas, you might already be familiar with ODES Powersports. Based in Garland, Texas, where they have their headquarters and assembly facility, ODES is a brand I encountered firsthand in Texas, though they have dealers nationwide.

They produce both utility and sport side-by-sides under several lineups, including the Ravager, Comrade, and Dominator. In terms of cost, ODES UTVs fall into the mid-range category, with prices between about ten and twenty thousand USD.

Top ODES Side-by-Sides:

  • ODES DOMINATOR X2 LT – starting at $15,199.99
  • ODES COMRADE 450 – starting at $9,399
  • ODES DOMINATOR X2 ST- starting at $12,999
  • ODES RAVAGER – starting at $14,999
  • ODES COMRADE 750 – starting at $12,499

31. Toro

Toro is a global company with operations in over 125 countries, offering products ranging from lawn mowers to snow blowers, utility vehicles, and irrigation supplies.

For those of us needing utility vehicles for work—whether you’re a homeowner, farmer, or city planner—Toro provides four main UTV series: Workman® GTX, Workman® MDX, Workman® HDX, and Workman® UTX. Each series includes several models designed specifically for utility purposes, ensuring you find the right fit for your tasks.

Best selling Toro UTVs:

  • Workman® HDX 4WD
  • Workman® MDX Utility Vehicle
  • Workman® GTX Extended


SHERP is a Ukrainian brand, developed and manufactured by QUADRO INTERNATIONAL, known for their large utility task vehicles also as an amphibious ATV brand. These vehicles are impressively versatile, designed to operate efficiently on both land and water.

SHERP UTVs cater to professionals like geologists, oil workers, rescue agents, fishermen, hunters, extreme drivers, and travelers. They are notably large, measuring 13’1” long, 8’4” wide, and 9’7″ tall, and the starting price for these gigantic machines is $149,995.

SHERP Utility Vehicles:

  • Sherp Pro XT – starting at $150,000
  • Sherp Ark – starting at $375,000

33. Goupil

Goupil is a French company, part of the Polaris Group since 2011, specializing in compact electric utility vehicles. Since 1996, they’ve operated out of Southwest France and cater to a variety of sectors including local councils, industry, leisure, small businesses, logistics, and last-mile deliveries.

Their models, such as the G2, G4, and G6, are fully customizable and used in over 40 countries. You might even spot a Goupil in your area.

Goupil UTV Models:

  • G2
  • G4
  • G6

34. JCB

WORKMAX by JCB is a name you likely know if you use UTVs for work-related tasks. It’s JCB’s primary offering in the UTV market and is utilized in diverse settings like golf courses, farms, construction sites, and events.

The WORKMAX lineup includes several models tailored to specific needs. The WORKMAX 800 D is suited for a variety of medium-duty tasks, while the more robust WORKMAX 1000 D handles tougher jobs. For delicate surfaces, such as golf courses, the WORKMAX 6×4 is designed to operate without damaging turf.

JCB UTV models:

  • JCB WORKMAX 1000 D

35. Daymak

Daymak, a Canadian brand, isn’t widely known in the UTV market, partly because their vehicles are on the pricier side and they don’t have a wide range of models.

However, the Daymak Beast UTV stands out for its versatility. It’s great for both work and play, equipped with practical features like a dump bed and a winch, making it ideal for tasks at your cottage or on the job.

Daymak Side-by-Sides:

  • Daymak UTV 2-seater – starting at $18,999
  • Daymak UTV 4-seater – starting at $19,999

36. Oreion Motors

Oreion Motors, based in the U.S. and assembling vehicles in New Mexico, was founded in 2011. Despite being a newer name in the industry, they’ve quickly gained popularity.

Oreion set out to create all-terrain vehicles that could handle both off-road adventures and street driving — and they succeeded.

Their Reeper Series is designed for multi-purpose use, delivering great performance both on and off the road. While these vehicles are dependable and sporty in appearance, they aren’t as fast as some other sports UTVs on the market.

Oreion UTV Models:

  • Reeper
  • Reeper 4
  • Reeper Sport

37. Tracker Off Road

TRACKER Off Road is a brand renowned for its rugged and reliable utility terrain vehicles (UTVs). The brand, a subsidiary of Bass Pro Shops and sister to TRACKER Boats, was founded to extend the outdoor experience from water to land.

These vehicles are designed and manufactured in the United States, emphasizing American craftsmanship and the values of the outdoor enthusiast community.

TRACKER Off Road collaborates with Textron, a company known for its military technology, to ensure each vehicle is built with the highest standards of quality and performance.

The UTVs from TRACKER Off Road are available with up to 24-month warranties, demonstrating the brand’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

Additionally, the brand offers a no-haggle, no-hassle pricing policy, making the purchase process transparent and straightforward.

Top UTVs from TRACKER Off Road:

  • TRACKER  800SX

Well, you have the complete list of UTV brands here, and I’ll keep updating it regularly. If you have any questions or need more information, just leave a comment below!

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