Quads, UTVs and side-by-sides are becoming more and more popular within the UK and as a result, there are plenty of manufacturers and types to choose from...

To make things just a little easier, we have compiled a list of ten of the best UTVs and side-by-side that are available for 2024.

So without further ado - let’s get into it!

10. Polaris Ranger SP 570

In at tenth and kicking off our list today, we have the Polaris Ranger SP 570…

While the Ranger SP 570 is one of Polaris's more entry-level options, boy does it pack a punch. Coming equipped with a 570cc liquid-cooled engine, 680kg towing capacity, and gas-assist dump box the 570 is an all-around practical, easy-to-use, manageable beast.

Something that is really likeable about the Ranger SP is that thanks to a combination of the UTVs suspension, spacious cockpit that includes seating for two, and the 25.8cm ground clearance - riding the trails and tricky terrain will be consistently smooth and comfortable.

Lastly, onto the price, and for 2024 you will be looking at paying £11,999 making this one of the more affordable options on this list!

9. Segway Fugleman

Moving on and sitting ninth has got to be this neat little offering from Segway - the Fugleman!

Whilst the name may be a little outlandish, don’t let that take away from the 1000cc, 4-Stroke Twin-Cylinder engine that is capable of producing up to 105hp and 93.5Nm of torque. According to Segway, this engine system features a carefully optimised high lift camshaft and fuel injection ignition system to allow the best adaptability at both high and low temperatures at a variety of altitudes.

Onto styling and the Fugleman has some of the best road presence in the UTV game. With three colourway options available including electric white/ tensive O&R red, bold black/dream green, and an all-black edition, the Fugleman sports an aggressive, villain-like face upfront and exposed engineering style throughout the rear.

Lastly, when it comes to the price of the Segway, for 2024 you will be looking at paying £14,999 making it one of the more budget-friendly options on this list to consider.

8. Kubota RTV-X1110

Eight spot today goes to the RTV-X1110 by Kubota!

Popular amongst many working in the agricultural sector, the X1110 for 2024 offers an increased amount of power in comparison to some of its younger models thanks to the powerful yet economical, 24.2hp 3-cylinder liquid-cooled ETVCS diesel engine.

One likeable element of the X1110 is Kubota's emphasis on making safe UTVs by combining the VHT-X variable hydrostatic transmission and dynamic engine braking to provide controlled braking and handling of the four-wheeler.

However, the neat tech and spec features don’t stop there, the Kubota also comes equipped with deluxe split-bench seats, a digital easy-read instrument panel, under-seat storage as well as an easy-access hydraulic cargo tipping bed.

And, if you like the look of the Kubota, you will be looking at paying around £23,500 for a 2024 edition RTV-X1110 which again is certainly one to consider if you have a bigger budget to contend with and plan on putting your UTV to work.

7. Can-Am Maverick Trail 700 T

Onto our seventh spot today and we have Can-Am’s flagship model, the Maverick Trail 700 T.

Coming equipped with a 700cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, engine that produces a healthy amount of horsepower (52hp), the Maverick has been built to perform on long, tricky, and rocky terrains with ease.

However, the fun doesn’t stop there. This bad boy also comes packed with an adjustable ergo-lok cockpit, an all-new 7.6in multi-function digital display, 20.2L worth of storage as well as dynamic power steering to make sure this UTV delivers a sturdy yet enjoyable ride wherever you plan on taking it.

In my opinion, Can-Am has gone all out here to make the Trail 700T a class-leading UTV that’s packed with high-performance yet reliable components, all for the more affordable price of £15,499.

6. Electric Wheels Nipper® Pro

In at sixth is the all-electric Nipper Pro by Electric Wheels…

As the name may suggest, the Pro is the older, more advanced-spec big brother to the original Nipper whose main focus is on providing you with a UTV capable of efficiency and longevity. Underneath the bonnet, you will find a 12kWh lithium-ion battery that can see a 75-mile range on a full charge.

According to Electric Wheels, the Nipper can cope extremely well in off-road terrains, including a full load climb capability up to a 30% incline. Other features that come as standard also include all-wheel drive, power steering, lockable differential, nitrogen-filled shock absorbers and high torque drive.

Onto the price of the Nipper and if you want to pick up one of your very own you will be looking at paying around £16,995 which is by no means the cheapest on this list - however, it is the first fully electric!

5. John Deere XUV835M

Sitting sweetly in the middle of the list is the XUV835M, created by the one and only John Deere.

John Deere has always been best known for their lawnmowers and ride-on agricultural equipment, so is there any wonder they have made their presence known in the UTV market as well?

Fuelled by an 812cc petrol engine, this Gator ticks all the right boxes regarding power and capacity. However, the likeable features don’t stop there, the 835 also comes equipped with a 454kg cargo capacity, power steering as standard, fully independent suspension as well as a towing capacity of 900kg.

When it comes to the price of the 835, you will be looking at paying a slightly larger sum of money, coming in at £27,550 however considering the John Deere brand and name - I’d argue it is well worth it providing you have the budget!

4. Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000 SE

Just missing out on a top spot today has got to be the Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000 SE.

Coming packed with a 999cc liquid-cooled parallel twin-cylinder engine, all-new heavy-duty suspension, 3 drive modes controls (‘Sport’, ‘Crawl’ and ‘Trail’), and dirt Commander tyres - the Wolverine is as versatile as a duel use UTV can be.

As this is the special edition of the Wolverine, the paintwork is truly something to call home about. Wrapped in a Desert Tan colourway, the SE sports some extremely aggressive styling and ‘evil eye’ marker lights. The road presence the Wolverine has is truly unbeaten within the current UTV market.

In my opinion, the only real downside of the Wolverine has got to be the price, coming in at just under £30,000. Whilst the high price point is certainly accessible for those with a larger budget to play with, there are plenty of far more affordable options on this list for nearly half the price!

3. Kawasaki Mule Pro-DX

Taking the first of three top spots on the list we have the Kawasaki Mule Pro-DX - the top of the Mule range for 2024!

Powered by a 993cc liquid-cooled, 3-cylinder engine, it is fair to say that the Mule Pro-DX seems to be one of the most highly sought-after vehicles among all outdoor and country-living enthusiasts, and can you be surprised when it features a towing weight of 907kg, gas-assisted tilting cargo bed with a load capacity of 453kg as well as an electrically “selectable” 2WD/4WD and dual-mode rear differential system.

Onto the exterior and the Pro-DX also comes packed with LED lights, a stable and wide chassis with a 2,345mm wheelbase, a digital display - all finished off with some bare bones, rugged styling that suits its no-nonsense personality.

For £15,778, we would consider this quad still on the more affordable side focussing solely on what you get and considering the premium brand it’s from, we think you're getting a pretty good deal!

2. Honda Pioneer 520

Stealing our second-place spot today has got to be the Honda Pioneer 520!

The Pioneer is arguably considered one of those dependable workhorses that are frequently seen busying around farms and agricultural settings thanks to their great design, strong performance, and very affordable price point.

With space for carrying two people, it’s perfect for when you need an extra pair of hands. It’s strong and has a 680kg towing range, tilting cargo bed, hydraulic-assist strut, and adjustable preload rear shock suspension for when you have a heavy load and want to make light work of it.

Onto the engine and the Pioneer comes packed with a pokey 675cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled machine that provides just enough get up and go, has a fuel injection for reliable starts, and is rubber-mounted for less cabin vibration.

Regarding the price, the Pioneer comes in at £13,818 which is seriously impressive when you consider the Honda brand and their reputation for superb quality and finish.

1. CF Moto UFORCE 600

Saving the best till last and sitting in our top spot today we have the CF Moto UFORCE 600!

For 2024, CF Moto claims that the UForce 660 is their most powerful, more agile and more ready to work than ever before thanks to the 580cc single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, switchable 2WD/4WD as well as a 700kg towing capacity.

Something so likeable about the UFORCE has got to be the premium finish and road presence this UTV gives off. Available in three different colourways including black/beige, black/camo and blue/black options, the UFORCE is coated in a scratch-resistant coating and comes equipped with 12-inch aluminium wheels which gives this UTV a premium feel all around - as well as keeping it looking newer for longer!

Overall, the UForce 600 is without a doubt our number one UTV for 2024 thanks to its good looks and ample amount of tech and spec, all wrapped in an affordable price tag at £10,249.

The Last Stop!

So there we have it, that’s our list of some of the best side-by-sides on the UK market for 2024…

On the other hand, if you are looking for an alternative to the humble side-by-side, check out our Top 10 Road-Legal Quads list.

Last but not least, if you're looking to insure your side-by-side - make sure to get a quote direct with Lexham!