Coronavirus (COVID-19) has altered life as we know it and our thoughts are with you as we navigate this pandemic together. Rollick is committed to helping you through these challenging times to maintain as much normalcy as possible. As we practice social distancing for the foreseeable future, Rollick is working hard to provide the safest and most transparent experience for consumers shopping for recreational vehicles.
If you are unsure whether your dealer is open or has changed their hours, take a look at our Dealer Coronavirus Update Page. We have compiled messages across social media from some of our Rollick Certified Dealers to let their customers know their status on the situation at hand.
If you are interested in upgrading your recreation vehicle, adding to your current collection, or investing in your first recreation purchase, you need to be sure to check out all these fantastic manufacturer-offered incentives.
Adding aftermarket upgrades is a way to make your ATV or UTV work best for you. You may not find the perfect vehicle while you are shopping, but you should keep in mind that you can always add on additional features and upgrades to make it perfect for you. Some of the available accessories will make your vehicle more functional and some will make it more fun, but whatever your goal is, there are tons of options out there to improve your ATV or UTV.
If you are searching for a competitively priced 1000cc UTV that is designed and engineered for work and recreation, the Ranger 1000 EPS Premium is a great choice. While not designed for aggressive trail use, I found this UTV to be very capable and pretty fun. Read our review for price, top speed, specs, technology, and accessories.
Could an ATV manufacturer really build a middle-weight ATV with electric power steering, independent front and rear suspension, multi-mode 4WD system, automatic transmission, and all-wheel engine braking within a reasonable price point? Yamaha just did, and they did it extremely well. We take out the all-new 2020 Yamaha Kodiak 450 EPS SE for a test ride to see how it performed in the toughest conditions. We report back on price, engine, hp, tech and suspension. Take a look!
Regardless of whether you’re looking for an ATV for fun, solo riding on the trails or a UTV for specialized work around the farm, you need to answer a few questions before you walk into the dealership. We cover pricing, financing, insurance and all the industry tips and tricks you might need to think about before purchasing one of these awesome toys.