Eventually, I want to replace my 2002 AC 400 fis with something with more power. Don't get me wrong, the little 400 is a great ATV! It runs like a champ, never saw anything start as well at -10F, except, surprise , the diesel! After driving the diesel, I'm kind of spoiled for torque and the automatic transmission. So, I stopped in the local Can Am dealer , just to look. They will sell an Outlander 570 with a 48 hp Vtwin Rotax (really smooth) without PS or winch for $5999 with a very good warrantee. Same price as the AC 700 VLX with only 41.4 hp. They both come with crappy tires that I'd replace. So, I think the Arctic Cat is a pretty proven machine, I'm guessing the 700 single, will have good torque. and it's better looking (to me) . I like the locking front differential of my diesel, not sure if I'd like the Visco lock. Guess I'll have to ride both, if I can. I know Arctic Cats aren't perfect, but my mechanic gives them very high marks for reliability. So, any one have experience with the 570 Outlander? Then, perhaps I should look at the 700 TRV?