CFMOTO answers the call of customers looking for an affordable, rugged and maneuverable midsize machine that’s built tough with the CFORCE 450. Its quality starts with a high-strength steel-frame backbone, matched to a proven single-cylinder liquid cooled SOHC engine and smooth CVT transmission.
The robust output of the 400cc engine, plush suspension travel, four hydraulic disc brakes, 24-inch AT tires, comfortable ergonomics and 1350-lb towing capability puts the CFORCE 450 on par with bigger brands in all aspects. Offering both one-up and two-up version adds to the versatility of this highly adaptable utility ATV.
With the air intake positioned 120mm higher than before, riders can take on water crossings with greater confidence.
New foam material is used in the seats. Foam thickness increased by 40%. The backrest of the two-up vehicles also receive an increase in foam thickness, while also offering a wider waist brace for improved passenger comfort and stability.
The newly designed fuel tank is not only narrower to accommodate riders’ position, either standing or sitting, with more leg space, it also provides more range with 17-liter fuel capacity, an increase of 3 liters.
The CFMOTO all-wheel-drive system means power is steadily flowing to the ground. Handling remains light and agile thanks to a 25% lighter steering force. Even through rugged, uneven terrain, riders can focus on control without wearing out their arms. CFORCE 450 is equipped with EPS as standard for even greater rider comfort.
With a generous 10 inches of ground clearance independent double A-arm suspension with adjustable shocks, the CFORCE 450 and 520 are ready to tackle rough terrain.
The CFORCE 450 has 3.5-inch digital gauge and all-new user interface, clearly displaying key vehicle information with better readability.
When it comes to long hours in the field, vehicle vibration is a critical factor that can wear you down. The CFORCE 450 has the lowest vibration in class across the entire torque range (vibration measured at handlebar grip, seat, and foot rests)