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Dimensions
Overall Length: 115
Overall Width: 56.5
Overall Height: 73.5
Seat Height: 31.5
Engine
Engine Type: EFI One Cylinder, Four Stroke, Water-Cooled
Displacement: 686cc
Compression Ratio: PD33J-A
Starting System: Electric starter
Lubrication System: Wet Sump
Fuel
Tank Capacity: 7.6 gallons
Transmisssion
Type: Shaft Drive 2WD/4WD with pushbutton
Reverse Gear: Automatic CVT with L-H-N-R-P
Chassis
Frame Type: Suspension/Front/Rear:Independent Double A-Arm
Tire
Size,Front: 26X8-12
Size,Rear: 26X10-12
Braking
Front: 2 Disc Brak
Rear: 3 Disc Brak
Electrical
lgnition System: CDI
Battery Type: 12V28Ah
indicator Lights: Electronic Ignition
6 month

UTV


MSU-700


MSRP $

8995.00


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Average Rating

3.5 out of 5

customer reviews

GB I Date: 07/22/2013
2.5 out of 5

3 month review.
After "break in" it pulls like a tractor. It is an amazingly smooth ride. It goes through anything in just 2 wheel mode. Low can pull, grinds a lot during break in. If you are "handy" I highly recommend the 700.

Wiley in MICHIGAN I Date: 04/06/2012
4.5 out of 5

I'm here to tell you the Massimo700 is really dependable
I encourage anyone that is looking for a UTV to consider the Massimo UTV. I have had my UTV for nearly six months and am extremely satisfied with my purchase. I ride with the Rhino's, Ranger's and TREX's and hold my own under all elements. They are a tough and rugid machines that can handle abuse....trust me. Do your research and keep a few thousand in your pocket. These machines are WELL worth the money. As for parts; most parts are available on this website. Nearly all parts off of a 660 Rhino will interchange with the Massimo 700.Everyone has been amazed by the Massimo durability.It compares greatly to the the Rhino. It doesn't have the torque as the TREX or the Ranger but has just as much or possibly more than the Rhino. I have discovered a number of aftermartket parts that WILL interchange with the Massimo UTV. A good place to start looking for aftermarket parts is a 660 Rhino. I know you can catch good deals on these machines, as I did. The newer models are EFI, as mine is carburated. I'm sure the EFI run even better but I'm satisfied with my purchase. Keep up the good work Massimo!!

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