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Old 04-12-2016, 06:27 AM
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Default Meet HuntVe: The American Hybrid UTV Manufacturer

If you've been wondering when side-by-sides were going to catch up to the automotive industry by adopting all-electric and gas/electric hybrid technology, Texas's HuntVe says wonder no more:

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Old 04-22-2016, 10:28 AM
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The battery powered utvs are fine if you don't want to go very fast. I know Polaris made an electric Ranger but I think it got discontinued because nobody bought it. The problem with most battery powered vehicles is that the power declines as the battery discharges. A hybrid is a better solution but to be perfectly honest, I'd rather spend less money on a more powerful gasoline powered model. Newer utvs are fairly fuel efficient and with the much larger fuel capacity than atvs, you can get 150 miles or more from a single tank in some of them. For hunting I can see the aspect of something like this being quieter but in every other application its simply going to offer disappointing and underwhelming performance while being overpriced.
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