• 2015 Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS

The Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS was built to be able to endure the toughest punishment without backing down. The ATV sports a 550 H1 4-Stroke, 545cc, SOHC, liquid-cooled single cylinder engine with EFI which cranks out more than enough power to climb and conquer even the toughest terrains.

The Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS also features a lower seating profile and improved ergonomics, dual halogen headlights with LED accents, a modern Ride-In suspension, double A-arms and Electronic Power Steering (EPS).

In its adventures, the Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS is also helped by a set of tough Duro 3 Star Kaden Tires which are wrapped around aluminum wheels.

Other notable features include a power sport digital gauge, a large 1.44 Gallon water-resistant rear storage compartment and Front and Rear SpeedRacks.

Prices start from $9,699.

Hit the jump for more information on the Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS.

  • 2015 Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS
  • Year:
    2015
  • Make:
  • Engine:
    SOHC, 4-Stroke, 4-Valve
  • Transmission:
    Automatic CVT
  • Energy:
    Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
  • Displacement:
    545 cc
  • Price:
    9699

Overview

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If you want to know the one thing that makes Arctic Cat ATVs great, it’s everything — everything working together in perfect harmony. From the riding position to engine power to ground clearance and suspension travel, Arctic Cat riders around the world covet their wheelers for the freedom and abilities their wheelers give them.

2015 Arctic Cat XR 550 XT EPS Key Features:

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550 H1 4-Stroke Engine with EFI

Pulling, accelerating and climbing. That’s what our engines are good at. And this one is no exception. The potent 550 H1 engine is a 545cc, SOHC, liquid-cooled single cylinder sporting electronic fuel injection.

Ride-In Suspension

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With a lower seating profile and improved ergonomics, our Ride-In suspension delivers sharper cornering without sacrificing ground clearance or suspension travel. Double A-arms optimize wheel motion translating into more responsive steering and better cornering.

Power Sport Digital Gauge

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This digital gauge features all the essential operation information indicators: RPMs, speedometer, trip mileage, gear indicator, digital clock and fuel indicator.

Duro 3 Star Kaden Tires with Aluminum Wheels

A solid, all-terrain tire, the Duro 3 Star Kaden is a smooth-riding tire with excellent grip, boasting a 3-ply rating. Camo models come standard with powder-coated steel wheels.

Electronic Power Steering (EPS)

It’s all about managing steering torque. Forces are measured electronically both at the handlebar and at the wheels. The ECU calculates resistance as it relates to speed. The power steering motor responds faster than you can blink. Arctic Cat EPS will make you the master of slow-speed maneuvers.

Dual Halogen with LED Accent Headlights

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These halogen headlamps are no slouch when it comes to lighting your way home. Teamed up with the LED light bar, the darkness won’t last long after this one-two punch.

Dual Rear LED Taillights

These LED taillights are not only bright, they will give people riding those other brands something cool to look at.

Large 1.44 Gallon Water-Resistant Rear Storage Compartment

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No one ever complained of too much storage. This 1.44 gallon rear storage compartment is a much-appreciated addition. Plus, it’s water-resistant.

Front and Rear SpeedRack II

New in 2015, Arctic Cat’s famed SpeedRack® II system is now constructed from high-grade plastic with reinforced steel underneath. The TPE rubber coating keeps objects from sliding around. Rated for 100 lbs. carrying capacity on the front and 200 lbs. on the rear.

2/4 WD with Electric Front Differential Lock

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When the going gets aggressive, flip a switch and you’re in 4WD. For maximum traction, lock the front differential.

Specifications

Engine Type SOHC, 4-Stroke, 4-Valve w/EFI
Displacement 545cc
Cooling System Liquid with Fan
Bore x Stroke 92x82 mm
Alternator Capacity 28 amps
Fuel Capacity 6 gal.
Power Steering Electronic Power Steering (EPS)
Transmission Automatic CVT with EBS Hi/Lo Range, Neutral, Reverse & Park
Drive System 2/4 WD + Electric Front Differential Lock
Brakes Front / Rear Hydraulic Disc
Front Suspension / Travel Double A-Arm / 10 in.
Rear Suspension / Travel Double A-Arm / 10 in.
Ground Clearance 11 in.
Front Tire / Size Duro Kaden / 25x8-12
Rear Tire / Size Duro Kaden / 25x10-12
Wheels Aluminum (Powder-Coated Steel on Camo)
Overall Size LxWxH 83.4x48.5x49.5 in.
Wheelbase 52 in.
Dry Weight 750 lbs.
Front / Rear Rack Capacity 100 / 200 lbs.
Towing Capacity 1050 lbs.
Hitch Type Rear 2 in. Receiver
Instrumentation Digital
Lighting Dual Halogen Headlights w/LED Light Bar / Dual Rear LED Taillights
Available Colors Navy Blue, Sunset Orange, True Timber Camo
Additional Features Front & Rear SpeedRack II, Large 1.44 Gallon Water-Resistant Rear Storage Compartment, Sway Bar
Price $9,699

Quotes:

"Improving rider comfort and ride quality informed many of the changes. The engine was moved forward in the chassis, giving the rider three additional inches of space in the footwell. A narrower design also puts a rider’s feet two inches closer together than on previous models. The chassis was stretched out two inches to achieve a 52-inch wheelbase and the geometry on the front and rear A-arm suspension set-ups has been changed, giving 10-inches of travel at all four corners. All six models come with rear sway bars as well. Changes to the steering head angle, which has been moved rearward by five degrees, is claimed to make cornering easier. The XT and Limited models are even lighter at the handlebars thanks to electronic power steering." — 4wheeldirt.com

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