Cross an ATV with a
pickup truck and you get UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle). They started out as purely work based vehicles,
but quickly found a place in many people's stables as a sport and utility
If you are interested in
owning a UTV, UTV Guide is here to help
you choose a side-by-side vehicle that meets your needs. And if you already own
a UTV, and are looking for great aftermarket products, UTV Guide is here to sort
through all of the marketing hype and get you the information that you need to
make buying decisions.
Although they are most
commonly known as UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicle or just Utility Vehicle) or
Side-by-Side Vehicles, they are also known as SxS, RUV (Recreational Utility
Vehicle), ROV (Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle) or MUV (Multi-Use Vehicle). They are called Side-by-Side Vehicles
because a driver and a passenger sit side-by-side in the vehicle. And then the
military calls them Lightweight Tactical All Terrain
So your think you are ready to buy a new side by side vehicle,
but don't know which one to get. Is there a "perfect" UTV? That is a tough question
because every rider has different needs and rides on different terrain.
The first step is to get yourself educated, and this is the
right place to do it. Be sure to check out our UTV
This website was created to
help guide you through the differences between side x side vehicles. We review basic information on each
vehicle - general features and specifications. Then we dive in for a more
detailed review of each UTV. And we have done lots of homework for you on
aftermarket products for your UTV - long travel kits, roll cages, performance
products and accessories.
The UTVGuide.net stable is pretty full of UTVs right now. Be sure to check out
our Project UTV:
is very awesome to have such a variety of UTVs ready to be driven. This really
gives us an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge of each vehicle that can only
be gained by using them for more than a day at a media event.
Check back often as we take these different side x sides to events all over the
west. If you see us out on a ride or at a race, stop by and say hi and check
them out first-hand.