Does anyone own one ? Thoughts ?
There has to be some Argo or future Argo owners out there that have some questions about being amphibious or being able to get to the most extreme swamps to retrieve deer no matter where they fall with the right set of tracks.I had a young couple that came in the other day.They didn,t have a clue about Argo,s or what they were capable of.After a couple of hours and test driving several model,s they bought a Avenger which is a 8x8 STR liquid cooled 30 hp EFI equipped with a Kohler engine with the admiral transmission and a set of beaver dam Hybrid tracks.Please feel free to message me if you have any questions.Thanks Mike
Just wanted to bring this back up.Wondering if anybody had any questions that I could answer.They are not for everybody but are great machines for ice fishing as they will float if you break through.They will get you places on your property that no other atv's or utv's even with tracks can.Fuel injection for more torque and power and fuel economy to easier starting even in cold weather.Fan cooled to liquid cooling.You can find deals from 9500 for a leftover entry level model up 30.000 for all the bells and whistles.Please contact me if you have any questions or comments.Please look under the business section and check out Prairie Sports and Argo.Thanks
Pros: Amphibious, can virtualy tread over all terrain and obstacles (downed trees) also models can be multi passenger. Nothing more fun or cooler to go "wheeling" in .
Cons: Far louder than an atv or atc, not allowed on any atv trails whether it be state, county, etc. Must register as a boat in order to be on ice, can get stuck easily in deep snow with out tracks, as goes for deep mud if not enough water will make it bouyant enough....far heavier than normal atv's so when stuck it can be far more involved.