Argo Aurora 850 Series

Last year’s Aurora 800 was a major leap for Argo. It introduced an all-new design addressing customer requests for an easier-to-use, more comfortable off-roader. For 2020, they revamped the lineup, adding more options to fit the needs of their customers. That includes seating options, a factory ROPS and a model for first responders. Built for […]
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Birding with Your Argo

Are you looking for a way to get the rush of hunting without the hassle of limited seasons and permits? Not all prey has to be stalked with a rifle. Birdwatching requires the stealth and skill of hunting, and it can be done year-round. If you have an Argo, you can get closer to bird […]
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The History of Argo

Why is Argo one of the most reputable companies in off-road vehicles? Over the years, they’ve taken a dead vehicle segment and transformed it into one of the most desirable vehicles on the market. Here’s how a small gearbox manufacturer became the premier amphibious vehicle manufacturer. 1962 Ontario Drive & Gear (ODG) is founded in […]
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Is an XTV Right for Me?

If you’re a weekend warrior, you’ve probably heard praise for Argos from off-road and hunting magazines. If you have a business, you’ve probably seen companies use these vehicles to solve logistical problems when working in harsh environments. Either way, there’s no denying that these amphibious ATVs have a unique place in the power sports market. […]
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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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Operating Your Argo on Water

Whether you call it an Amphibious ATV or an Xtreme Terrain Vehicle, there’s no question that what makes Argo’s signature vehicle stand out is its ability to travel across water. However, it’s unique design means it’s not like operating a boat or a UTV once it’s floating. Here’s what you need to know to safely […]
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