What does your UTV say about you? Actually, does it say anything about you? If you’re still driving the same unmodified vehicle that you bought off the lot, it’s probably not saying much about your personality or style. The good news is that there are endless ways you can customize your UTV, so read on for just a few ideas!
1. Lift Kits
Lift kits are both aesthetically pleasing and functionally useful. Not only can you raise your UTV off the ground like a tricked-out convertible from a rapper’s Instagram, but you’ll also be protecting the vehicle’s underbelly from dirt, grime and debris. Lift kits are a one-two punch in terms of convenience.
Put them on your overhead rack. Install them around your doors and windows. Let them blare from the rear view. There are a million ways to customize your side-by-side with extra lights, and if you buy the LED kind, they can also double as safety features that always illuminate the road ahead.
Enclosures are an easy way to express your unique sense of style. They come in a wide variety of colors, patterns and designs, so whether you’re a sleek racer with a love of metallics or a country boy looking for camouflage, you can find an enclosure that speaks to you. Best of all, if you ever tire of your enclosure, you can simply take it off and replace it with a new one. You won’t have to marry your first choice.
UTV suspension parts can make all the difference in how your vehicle runs. You can improve everything from its speed to its handling capabilities when you upgrade it from the inside out, so don’t be afraid to tinker with the essentials. Sometimes mods need to go deeper than the surface to make an impact.
While not an essential for, say, UTV owners living in Florida, plows can be a handy accessory for anyone who uses their side-by-side for hauling or off-roading. When the snow is three feet deep, you’ll be glad that you outfitted your UTV to handle such extreme conditions. Never underestimate the power of a plow!
These are just a few ways to accessorize and customize your UTV. There are many more, of course, but these should be enough to get you started. Build a vehicle that’s uniquely you!