Operating the Aurora XTV

There’s a lot that’s new about Argo’s Aurora line: A new design, new engines and a new seating layout make it stand out from the company’s other vehicles. Here’s how you can get up to speed on operating the Aurora, whether you’re new to Argo’s amphibious ATVs, or you’re an experienced XTV owner. Shifting The […]
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Using Tracks with Your Argo XTV

Do you want something that goes well beyond the abilities of normal off-road vehicles? Do you find that you still bump into the limits of Argo’s amphibious ATVs on mud, sand and snow? If you want the ultimate in traction and soft surface performance, you need to add tracks to your XTV. Here’s what you […]
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The Juno, Artemis, SPRP and LRPDP Rovers: Taking Argo Performance into Space

Argo makes vehicles that can handle terrain that stops other vehicles, but did you know they also build vehicles for space? 11 years ago, Argo’s parent company, Ontario Drive and Gear (ODG,) opened the Xtreme Terrain Robotics division. Over the years, they’ve applied technology developed for amphibious ATVs to a succession of rover prototypes. In […]
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Where Can You Go in an Argo XTV?

When it comes to off-road capability, there’s nothing on the market that can compare to an Argo. Want to cross water? It floats, and its tires act like paddles. Tackling snow, sand or mud? Giant tires keep the vehicle rolling on the surface instead of digging in. Need to make a steep ascent? A low […]
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Argo Amphibious Trailers

How can you bring more cargo and equipment with you when using your XTV without having to get another vehicle? Argo makes amphibious trailers that have the same low ground pressure and water capabilities as their amphibious ATVs, so they don’t hinder your Argo’s off-road capabilities. Depending on your tow vehicle, you can add anywhere […]
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