Segway Powersports Australia have just announced that the Segway AT5 has landed here in Australia! Get geared up, because the Segway AT5 is now available for order online or at your nearest Segway Powersports dealership. Find out more on this epic farm ready machine down below… Release: Segway.

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Key Features:

  • Unparalleled Climbing Angle: With its remarkable 39-degree climbing angle, it conquers challenging terrains effortlessly, ensuring you can tackle the toughest conditions.
  • Rear Differential Lock: Provides unmatched traction on rugged trails, giving you the confidence and control needed for navigating Australia’s toughest terrains.
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes: Safety and reliability are non-negotiable. The Snarler AT5 boasts hydraulic disc brakes to ensure you stop with confidence no matter where your work takes you.
  • Impressive Towing Capacity¹: Need to haul some serious gear? The Snarler AT5 has you covered with a towing capacity of 600kg, making it your ultimate companion for work and play.
  • Smart Moving App: Stay connected and informed with our Smart Moving App. Access real-time data about your vehicle’s performance, location, and more right at your fingertips.
  • Adjustable EPS with 3 Modes: Tailor your riding experience to your preferences with adjustable Electronic Power Steering (EPS) offering three modes: comfort, standard, and sports.

Backed by a solid 2-year factory warranty, UMI say that this farm-ready and fully-equipped ATV delivers unmatched performance, unwavering durability, and the adaptability necessary to tackle any task. The Segway AT5 range is now available to order at your nearest Segway Powersports dealerships! Don’t miss your chance to be among the pioneers in experiencing the next generation of lightweight ATVs.

What’s the Difference between the AT5 S and AT5 L? 

  • The AT5 S has a short wheelbase and has a seating capacity of one.
  • The AT5 L has a long wheelbase, a seating capacity for two and includes a back rest

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