2004 ARCTIC CAT BEARCAT

Nov. 01, 2005 By ORC STAFF

Arctic Cat Adds New Workhorse to Sport Utility Line

Bearcat WideTrack
Bearcat 570

The Sport Utility class by Arctic Cat is known for providing a unique machine for a unique individual. Individuals who view their snowmobiles as a tool, not a toy.

For 2004, a new fan-cooled Bearcat 570 joins the updated Bearcat WideTrack. The new 570 delivers solid engine performance with a 16 x 156 x 1.0-inch track (20 x 156 x 1.0-inch on the WideTrack) for excellent deep snow flotation and high-mountain handlebars for improved handling.

Both Bearcat models now get adjustable ski stance. The 4-stroke powered Bearcat WideTrack sees the addition of dual-runner skis, rubber cushioned A quiet@ clutch to improve rideability. Returning is the Bearcat's clean, quiet, fuel efficient four-stroke engine. The C-Tech 4 engine provides a robust 53 horsepower and achieves a whopping 24 mpg., making it an ideal towing rig.

Both Bearcats receive Arctic Cat's exclusive detachable 2-passenger seat providing additional storage or simply a comfortable place to sit while ice-fishing.

For convenience, both models will come standard with reverse, high windshield, rack/hitch.


Sport Utility Feature Highlights

Bearcat 570
16x156x1.00-inch track
Adjustable ski-stance (39, 40, 41)
Tall handlebars (from Mountain Cat)
Removable rear seat and backrest
Wide running boards
Wide ratio clutches
Reverse
Wrap around rear racks

Bearcat WideTrack
Adjustable ski-stance (38, 39, 40)
Heavy duty pintle type hitch and latch
Dual runners
1-inch lugs (versus 1.25 in 2003)
Rubber cushioned Aquiet@ clutch
Removable rear seat and backrest
Wrap around rear racks


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