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Cub Cadet Releases 4-Man Challenger Model

This UTV is ready for action and a crew of people.

In the spring of 2015, Cub Cadet launched the Challenger UTV series and just a year later the company is offering up the Challenger 750 Crew, which can accommodate four people with two rows of seating. 

Joining the Challenger 500 and the Challenger 700, the newest model features the same four-wheel-drive capability and 1,200-pound towing capacity. Equipped with a liquid-cooled Delphi Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) engine, this UTV cranks out 735 cc. The 750 Crew also has an impressive fuel capacity of 7.6 gallons. 

“The Challenger 750 Crew’s passenger capacity makes it ideal for families or larger groups that need utility vehicles for hunting, fishing, farming, or other uses,” says Kelley Timothy of Cab Cadet’s UTV brand marketing.

A hard-top roof, quick-release windshield, front-mount winch, and digital dashboard display are just a few of the amenities this UTV has to offer. The 750 Crew’s spacious 35.5x44-inch dump bed can handle up to 350 pounds. 

With 11 inches of ground clearance and a steel frame, this UTV can easily manage rough terrain. The Challenger 750 Crew is ready for action with alloy wheels, 26-inch off-road tires, four-wheel independent suspension, and 7.3 inches of front and rear travel, but can easily slow down with four-wheel disk brakes. Power steering and durable spherical bearings make operating this UTV a breeze. 

The 750 Crew is available in red, yellow, blue, and camouflage and will retail for $10,999. For more information, visit the Cub Cadet website.

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