These accessories can take your CFMOTO ZFORCE to the next level
CFMOTO ATVs and UTVs – Models, Prices, Specs and Reviews
CFMOTO ATVs have been kicking up dirt in North America since 2002 and the company currently its US headquarters in Plymouth, Minn.
The company eventually expanded its off-road lineup to include UTVs and today the brand prides itself on producing CFMOTO ATVs and UTVs that come from the factory loaded with premium features so you don’t have to buy them as aftermarket accessories. Each model also comes with a 12-month warranty.
Take a closer look at CFMOTO ATVs and UTVs and you won’t see a slew of different trim levels. The brand typically has just one model for each engine size – each one outfitted with accessories you’d normally find on Limited Edition models from other brands.
2021 CFMOTO ATVs
The most affordable of all the CFMOTO ATVs is the CFORCE 400. This Utility ATV is built around a 398cc single-cylinder engine that produces 31 horsepower and 24 ft-lbs of torque. Features include CVTech drive and driven clutches, double A-arm front and rear suspension, 620-pound towing capacity, 225 pounds of front and rear rack capacity, high-intensity headlights, and 10.8 inches of ground clearance. Prices start at $4399.
CFORCE 500 EPS
Move up to the CFORCE 500 and you will benefit from a 495cc single-cylinder engine that produces 38 horsepower and 32 ft-lbs of torque, along with electronic power steering, 2500-pound winch, 2WD/4WD thumb control with differential lock, LED running lights, 873-pound towing capacity, and 12-inch cast-aluminum wheels. Prices start at $5399.
Next is the CFORCE 600, which is powered by a 580cc single-cylinder engine that produces 40 horsepower and 32 lb-ft of torque. Features include RideVision high intensity LED lighting, 1000-pound towing capacity, weather-resistant front and rear cargo compartments, CVTech transmission, power steering, USB & DC power outlet, 2500-pound winch, and 12-inch cast-aluminum wheels. Prices start at $6199.
CFORCE 600 Touring
Some CFMOTO ATVs also offer room for a rider and passenger – including the CFORCE 600 Touring. As the name would suggest, this machine shared much in common with the CFORCE 600, but the wheelbase has been stretched out to 58 inches to accommodate a rear passenger. Prices start at $6699.
CFORCE 800 XC
Next up is the former flagship of the ATV lineup – the CFORCE 800 XC, which has an extra seat for a rear passenger. It is powered by an 800cc V-Twin engine that produces 65 horsepower and 54 lb-ft of torque. Standard features include fully adjustable gas shocks, 3000-pound winch, 14-inch aluminum wheels, 11 inches of ground clearance, LED projector beam headlights, and LED running lights. Prices start at $8599.
CFORCE 1000 Overland
Brand new for 2021 is the CFMOTO CFORCE 1000 Overland, which is built around a 963cc V-Twin engine. Features include removable cargo boxes, CST Clincher tires, 14-inch beadlock wheels, trailing arm rear suspension, fully adjustable gas shocks, heavy duty front and rear bumpers, front fairing with windscreen, electronic power steering, and 3000-pound winch.
2021 CFMOTO UTVS
ZFORCE 500 Trail
The ZFORCE family is comprised of Sport UTVs and CFMOTO has several options available. The starting point is the ZFORCE 500, which is powered by a 495cc single-cylinder engine. Features include CVTech drive and driven clutches, front and rear stainless steel bumpers, 14-inch aluminum wheels, compression and rebound-adjustable shocks, tilt steering wheel, roof, 3000-pound winch, and 50-inch width that is trail legal almost anywhere. Prices start at $9099.
ZFORCE 800 Trail
Two models of ZFORCE 800 Sport UTVs are available – the 800 Trail and the 800 EX. Both are powered by the same 800cc V-Twin and both are loaded with features like power steering, doors, roof, 3000-pound winch, premium adjustable shocks, and 14-inch aluminum wheels. The two UTV primarily differ in their size. The ZFORCE 800 Trail is just 50 inches wide so it is trail legal most anywhere, while the 800 EX is 60 inches wide for improved stability. Prices start at $10,999.
The flagship of the ZFORCE family is the ZFORCE 950, which is built around a 963cc V-Twin that produces a claimed 79 horsepower and 60 lb-ft of torque. Features include A-arm front suspension with 11 inches of travel, QuadLink rear suspension with 11.8 inches of travel, fully adjustable gas shocks, full underbody skid plates, roof, tilt steering, 220-pound rear cargo rack, and 3000-pound winch. Prices start at $12,999.
Another new model for 2021, the UFORCE 600 replaces the 500 as CFMOTO’s entry level Utility UTV. This unit is powered by a 580cc engine that produces 40 horsepower and 36 lb-ft of torque. Features include a two-person bench seat, 600-pound dumping cargo bed, plastic roof, LCD display, adjustable driver seat, fully independent suspension, front A-arms with arched gull wing, full length skid plates, front bash plate, and LED headlights and taillights.
Move up to the UFORCE 800 and you see a significant power increase from its 800cc V-Twin engine. It shares a host of features with the 500, along with a few extras like electronic power steering, 1250-pound towing capacity, 3500-pound winch, self-draining vinyl seat, and LED projector beam headlights. Prices start at $10,999.
Finally, the UFORCE 1000 is powered by a 963cc V-Twin engine that produces 79 horsepower and 70 lb-ft of torque. Beyond the UFORCE 800, the 1000 offers three-passenger bench seating, multiple large and enclosed storage bins, roof, full skid plates, drive-by-wire electronic throttle, gullwing front A-arms, high intensity LED headlights, front receiver hitch, and 2000-pound towing capacity. Prices start at $11,999.
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