How Much Does a Sherp ATV Cost?
As with most vehicles, the price varies with options. For a business, the Sherp ATV is an investment in an asset just like buying a tractor-trailer, backhoe or building. Before investing in a Sherp ATV you should define the intended use and the projected return on investment. You have to remember to budget for maintenance which fortunately is as low as any diesel power vehicle available. If you are considering a Sherp ATV for personal and recreational use, none of this matters just buy one, they are a lot of fun.
There are two models of Sherps, the pickup, and the pro. The pickup has a removable back cover and an interior wall behind the front seats with a large window that opens to the back. There is an internal roll bar system to protect the cab. The roll bars are easily removed to free up space and to improve space management when the top is off the back. This flexibility can be important to special applications. Removing the top during a search and rescue mission enables people to enter and exit in various directions from the back, listen for survivors, call out and view the surrounding area for survivors, etc. The Sherp ATV Pro has an optional exterior roll cage and the back cannot be removed. There is no interior wall between the cab and rear area giving the appearance of more room but usable space is about the same.
The Sherp ATV cost is about the same between the pickup and the Pro. The Pro starts about $115,000 because of netting, Molly strapping, and demand for the Pro model in vast very cold environments like the Canadian oil fields. The other consideration is a trailer to transport the Sherp ATV since it is not street legal. A custom Sherp ATV trailer is available. It is lightweight and designed specifically for the Sherp to drive upon and be pulled by a typical SUV. If you want to carry other gear you will need a large trailer with ramps and spare room for tools and gear.
Another investment consideration is an amphibious trailer which is pulled by the Sherp. This increases the amount of gear that can be carried in most conditions. These trailers run about $8,000 but are essential for large-scale disaster response such as Hurricane Dorian, Hurricane Michael, Hurricane Florence or Hurricane Harvey. Click here to learn more about selecting a Sherp ATV trailer.
Sherp ATV Pricing Summary
- Sherp Pro $115,000
- Sherp N $126,000
- Sherp Ark $375,000
- Sherp Trailer (pull behind) $8,000
- Sherp Trailer (transport Sherp) $8,000
- User Sherp $95,000 to $100,000 (with AC and other accessories)
Accessories such as wheel well fuel tanks are extra. Prices are in USD.
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