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Segway has announced an updated version of the Fugleman UT10 platform and a new side by side, the Villain!
Segway Announces Sporty Villain SxS, Updated Fugleman UT10
Segway has taken the wraps off its 2023 machines for the US market, including an updated Fugleman UT10 platform and three new side-by-sides in the sporty Villain lineup.The Villain family includes the Villain SX10 WX ($19,299 MSRP), which is the big boy of the family, at 72 inches wide. There’s...
Segway has taken the wraps off its 2023 machines for the US market, including an updated Fugleman UT10 platform and three new side-by-sides in the sporty Villain lineup.
The Villain family includes the Villain SX10 WX ($19,299 MSRP), which is the big boy of the family, at 72 inches wide. There’s also the 64-inch SX10 X ($18,299 MSRP), and for buyers who want to save money, there’s the 64” Villain SX10 E ($16,899 MSRP). All Villain models have a 1000cc four-stroke parallel twin engine, making 105 hp and 65 ft-lb of torque. The SX10 WX and SX10 X also come with a 10.4-inch smart touchscreen interface, and all models will interface with Segway’s Smart Moving app. The app serves as a remote starter and can provide real-time information about the vehicle’s performance (speed, acceleration, power output, fuel economy), and even offer safety alerts to contacts via text message in case of a rollover or collision.
Both the SX10 X and SX10 E have 14 inches of ground clearance, while the larger SX10 WX has 15 inches.
As for the new Segway Fugleman UT10 X ($16,699 MSRP), it’s aimed towards the utility market. It has the same 1000cc parallel twin as the Villain series; Segway says it’s more powerful than any other 1000cc UTV on the market. It also has the same 10.4-inch smart touchscreen interface, and comes with 2500-lb towing capacity, 1000-lb bed capacity and a 4500-lb winch. Same goes for the Fugleman UT10 E ($14,399 MSRP), which also has that same parallel twin engine but doesn’t have the fancy-pants touchscreen, to keep costs down.