In comparison, the UTV is a larger vehicle with a side-by-side design that allows for a passenger. Its four-wheel design maximizes traction in all terrain, making the UTV a popular choice for towing and hauling. You’ll find UTVs made specifically for trail riding, while others are larger and feature heavy-duty construction that makes them beefier choices for farm work and rock crawling.
A UTV tends to be a more comfortable ride when compared to an ATV, since you don’t have to straddle the vehicle as you drive. The UTV is designed to haul and has a higher payload than an ATV. In comparison, ATVs tend to be speedier and more agile.
The UTV is a more versatile vehicle than the ATV, but that versatility comes at a price – UTVs are typically more expensive than ATVs.