If the MSRP of an UTV is $42,000 the powersports machine in question is going to gain a bit of attention. Taking this into consideration, it should come as no surprise the utility terrain vehicle from Speed UTV is garnering traction on search engines. Find out more about this non cheap ATV down below.
Speed UTV El Jefe
Naming a utility terrain vehicle “The Boss” is a bold marketing decision that invokes big expectations. Nevertheless, Speed UTV opted to dub their massive side-by-side “El Jefe”, or “The Boss” in English. To ensure the utility terrain vehicle lives up to the name, Speed UTV equipped El Jefe with the following.
- Liquid cooled, 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, 1000cc turbo engine
- 3 speed transmission
- 15 gallon tank
When activated, these components collectively produce 225 horsepower and up to 85 mph.
All Terrain Vehicle Body
Also residing in El Jefe is a 161” long, 77” wide, 70” tall steel frame. This sturdy body is wrapped in plastic, and big enough to house a four seater cabin packed with the following features.
- Vinyl bucket racing seats
- Four 5-point harnesses
- Glove box
- 2 cup holders
- Window nets
- Aluminum, roll cage roof
Right behind the roomy four door interior is a 36” long, 8” deep, 48” wide truck bed. ATVers can utilize this extra storage space to haul roughly 350 lbs.
Utility Terrain Vehicle Wheels
To keep all the aforementioned components off the ground, Speed UTV equipped El Jefe with high-quality parts, such as those listed below.
- 9.5” wide, 32.5” tall wheels
- Hydraulic disc brakes
- Double A-Arm 77 inch wide suspension
- Independent rear suspension
- 2 rear shock absorbers
Thanks to these strong, reliable components and a powerful engine, El Jefe can transport about 1,000 lbs of extra weight.
Is The Speed UTV El Jefe Worth Buying?
UTV fans hoping to go ATVing with a large group of people can make the concept a reality if they buy El Jefe. Furthermore, group trailblazing can be accomplished in a somewhat safe manner since the UTV is equipped with safety gear, such as head and tail lights.
That said, there are quite a few drawbacks associated with owning El Jefe, and a few of the more noteworthy issues are listed below.
- 15.5” of ground clearance makes getting inside the powersports machine a challenge
- As of date, the UTV only comes with a 6-month warranty
- Shipping and processing fees are roughly $1,000
- Too wide to be legally operated on most state funded trails
- Weighs about 2,150 lbs
- Heavy enough to tear up terrain at low speeds
- Runs on 91 octane
- Not race legal
Without a doubt, El Jefe lives up to its boastful name. However, after factoring in all the known negatives it is highly debatable as to whether or not this gas powered 4 wheeler is worth buying.
UTV fans able to look past the drawbacks can find out more about El Jefe here.
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