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2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport Preview


by Guillaume Rivard ,

Not quite as performance-driven as the brand's X models, the all-new, 60” wide 2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport is still a very athletic side-by-side utility vehicle with outstanding attributes to master any terrain. It slots in between the original 64” Wildcat and the equally new, 50” Wildcat Trail.

Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport 2015
Photo: Arctic Cat

Discover the 2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport
More horsepower, less weight, improved efficiency, and long-lasting durability -- this is what you get from Arctic Cat's modern technology. Let's start with the all-new, 700cc, inline twin-cylinder (designed in-house specifically for the Wildcat Sport and Wildcat Trail chassis) which features electronic fuel injection, four valves per cylinder, and liquid cooling.

This engine produces over 60 hp and combines with an ultra-responsive and super-smooth “Rapid Response” clutching system that's built to handle just about anything, the company says. Putting power to the ground is an on-demand 4WD system with electronic front differential lock for maximum traction.

Of course, big power requires a suspension to match. The 2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport gets double A-arms front and rear sporting compression-adjustable JRi ECX-1 shocks and offers more than 12” of travel. You shouldn't be too worried about clearing obstacles, either, particularly with 13” of ground clearance and rugged, 4-ply Carlisle Trail Pro tires designed exclusively for the Wildcat Sport and Wildcat Trail.

Other 2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport highlights
Wildcat Sport riders and occupants benefit from a tilt-adjustable steering column, high-back bucket seats that provide comfort with an aggressive feel, and a digital gauge featuring all the essential indicators (tachometer, speedometer, trip mileage, gear indicator, digital clock, and fuel gauge).

If you want to travel far and wide, you can bring plenty of supplies thanks to a rear cargo box that carries up to 300lbs and includes tie-down hooks. Need to tow up to 1,500lbs around? Not a problem. Pull your receiver out of your truck, place it in the 2” receiver on the Wildcat Sport, and back up to your trailer.

The 2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport starts at $14,999. The mid-level Sport XT adds automotive-style paint and colour-matched suspension arms for a price of $15,699. Finally, the Sport Limited EPS tops the range with power steering, Elka Stage 5 shocks, full aluminum doors, and an underhood storage box; it retails for $17,499.