Just got off the wire. Don't know any details on them, however, I know of three new Gators coming. The XUV 550, XUV 550 S4 (4-seater), and a performance oriented SXS called the RSX. Again, details are unknown right now, but I will post as soon as I know.
O.K. Here are the details on the XUV 550 and XUV 550 S4. It will be available Nov-Dec this year.
The XUV 550 Crossover Series Utility Vehicles are powered by a 570-cm3, V-twin gasoline engine. The carburetor is tuned for rapid throttle response, reliable cold-weather starting, smooth mid-range power delivery and quiet idling.
The engine offers the following performance and reliability features:
16 hp* at 3600 rpm
Tuned to deliver 0- to 15-mph acceleration in 3.2 sec.
28-mph (45-km/h) top speed
Dynamically tuned carburetor for rapid throttle response upon demand while allowing the engine to burn clean under light loads.
V-twin, 90-degree overhead valve design maximizes power and torque and provides longer valve life
Designed for cold-weather starting (tested to -20 degree F)
Full-pressure lubrication system
Spin-on oil filter with drain bracket and oil drain valve enable easy servicing
High air-flow air filter
Utilizes nano fiber technology to increase the efficiency of the filtration without sacrificing horsepower
Laminated and contoured engine blower housing cuts noise levels while reducing oil temperatures 25-30 degrees
T6 heat-treated aluminum alloy connecting rods and piston ring package
200 Watt (16 max A) charging system for accessory capability
Exhaust system design
Dual header pipe to muffler maximizes airflow and provides a unique V-twin sound
Spark-arresting muffler is USFS approved
Low fuel consumption and large 4.9-U.S. gal. (18.9-L) fuel tank
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) compliant
* The engine horsepower information is provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. The actual operating horsepower will be less