September 04, 2018 2 min read
Many people are not aware of the difference between an ATV and UTV and get confused. Well – the definitions first - ATV denotes All-Terrain Vehicle, and UTV stands for Utility Terrain Vehicle. The word UTV comes with a tail “UTV (Side-by-Sides)” because it has seating capacity for passengers’ side-by-side. You can get spare parts from exclusive UTV (Side-by-Sides) accessories from exclusive online outlets, or visit the online store for ATV UTV accessories.
The similarities of these two vehicle types are – they’re powered by automotive engines; used for riding outdoor; both are four-wheelers and many automotive manufacturers produce both.
Now see the distinctive differences between the two:
Mostly ATVs come with thumb throttle, and the acceleration can be controlled by pressing the throttle. Sometimes if needed, they’ve fitted with twist throttle also, but not advisable since they may jerk and fall while driven down-hills. The acceleration and brakes are handled by foot-pedals in UTVs.
Cost-wise UTVs are expensive because of their flexibility, convertibility, and customizability, for many usages; whereas ATVs are much more budget-friendly option to buy.
You need not worry about the availability of spares since they’re readily available at the online store for ATV UTV accessories.
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