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The new Segway Powersports ATV and UTV collection is set to rival industry giants Polaris and Can-Am with fully outfitted off-roaders. The lineup consists of Segway’s Snarler 570, Snarler 1000 ATV, Fugleman 570, Fugleman 1000 Utility UTV, and Villain 1000 Sport UTV. The Snarler (570AH, 570AF S, 570AF L, and 1000 AF) ATVs all use a 570cc to 1000cc engine that produces between 46 and 107 horsepower. Fugleman versions use a traditional petrol-powered engine and come as either a 570cc single-cylinder or a 1000cc twin-cylinder configuration. These ATVs can produce 107 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. As a utility UTV, the Fugleman has a 558 kg payload capacity and a 1,300 kg towing capacity. The final offering, the Villain, has a 1000cc twin-cylinder engine that comes with a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor. A variant of the Villain is also offered as a petrol-powered engine, but the stats more closely resemble the Fugleman, coming in with 107 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. Combined, the system produces 181 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Both the Fugleman and the Villain use a dual A-arm front and rear suspension system. Each of the vehicles pairs with Segway’s smartphone app that lets you track performance, mileage, speed, and other stats, including the latest in safety applications.

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