Sherp ATV Pro

MSRP $100,000

The Most Popular Sherp ATV

The Sherp ATV Pro is the most popular Sherp sold globally. The Pro is available in a fixed cab and pickup model. The pickup model allows for the back cover to come off allowing for easier access for loading and unloading in a work environment. The pickup is also ideal in urban flood situations where rescuers can stand to see and hear victims calling from flooded area. The standard model provides more security and protection from the elements and offers the ability to add an the optional AC unit. 

2,860 lbs, 11' long, 8.2' wide, 8.2' tall

Kubota VI505-T / E38. 44.3 HP. 5 speed manual. 4 cyl. Chain.

2,200 payload. 2 to 8 passengers.

Tubeless tires. Ultra-low pressure 1 to 3 PSI. 63x23.6x25 in.

25 MPH on land. 4 water. 24' max clearance.

Range 1,000 miles with wheel fuel tanks. Burn .5 to 1 gal/hr.

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Sherp-ATV-Ignition System

Test Drive The Sherp ATV

If you are ready to buy a Sherp ATV and can get to the Tampa, FL area or Kissimmee, you can test the Sherp ATV. Our Kissimmee location is at River Ranch which has a limit of two guests. 

$250 fee test drive fee is required to avoid “tire kickers” and the fee will be applied to the purchase price. 

Unique Features

The Sherp ATV has many unique features that make it a highly versatile platform. 


Rollover Protection

The Sherp ATV Pro comes standard with a ROPS. Other accessories shown are optional.

Sherp ATV Tire Inflation System

Tire Inflation System

Inflate and deflate the tires without stopping. All tires are connected by a central tubing system that uses engine exhaust to inflate the tires. If you get a puncture, the positive pressure may enable you to keep traveling. 


Up to 35 Degrees

With a low center of gravity, the Sherp ATV can go places other off-road vehicles cannot and do it more safely. 

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The Sherp ATV is just at home in the water as on land. What makes it unique is the ability to operate on ice. The high buoyancy of the tires means breaking through the ice is not a death sentence. Rescuers can limit the risk of walking on the ice and simply drive to the victim.