The Cub Cadet Challenger 750 proves that if you want a powerful UTV, you don’t have to break the bank. A big engine and flexible drive system make it useful, but where it really stands out is the included accessories: a windshield, winch and other equipment come standard, which means you don’t have to spend thousands on top of the purchase price to get the vehicle you really want.
The 750 is powered by a new 735cc fuel injected, liquid cooled engine that produces 37.5 hp, which is enough to propel this UTV to 50 mph. For tough terrain, this vehicle has a selectable four-wheel drive and a locking rear differential. The suspension is fully independent with sway bars on both axle, and Cub Cadet includes the tools needed to adjust the stiffness. Thanks to a 7.6-gallon gas tank, refueling is infrequent.
Power steering is optional, but the manual rack only feels heavy when traveling on sand or trying to change directions with the differential locked. Whether you’ll want to add this feature depends on how and where you’ll use this vehicle.
Cargo and Towing
The dump bed has a 500 lb. capacity and comes with handles on both sides of the vehicle, allowing it to be operated by either the driver or the passenger. At 100 inches long and 46 inches wide, there’s plenty of space, and there are slots formed into the sides to fit plywood boards to create partitions.
A 3,500 lb. winch comes standard, and with hitch receivers on both the front and back of this UTV, you should have no problem pulling trailers out of tight spaces. Towing capacity is 1,200 lbs.
The Challenger’s standard equipment is most noticeable from the seats. It comes from the factory fitted with a windshield, roof, and doors. This doesn’t just make riding in this vehicle more pleasant, it also eliminates the need for hip and shoulder restraints which opens up a lot of space. A pair of side mirrors, a tilt steering wheel, and a locking glove box are also included.
On the exterior, Cub Cadet packaged the Challenger with a set of headlights and alloy wheels.
As it is, the equipment included on this UTV makes it a lot more usable than competing vehicles straight from the showroom floor, but there’s always room for improvement. Cub Cadet offers a few ways you can outfit your Challenger:
If you want to add more lighting, there are places built into the roof for light bars and cubes, and a buss bar is available to wire them in.
Want more weather protection? The cabin can be fully enclosed by adding windows. Want to stay cool? Folding and vented windshields are available to help bring in more air.
Have something else you want to bring along? Cub Cadet makes accessory tubes that mount over the bed so you can keep it empty while carrying extra equipment.
Getting Parts and Accessories for the Cub Cadet Challenger 750
If it’s from Cub Cadet, you can get everything you need for it at www.cubparts.com. We’re a certified dealer, letting us offer the full line of OEM parts and accessories you need to get the most out of your UTV. Our site has built-in factory diagrams to make it easy to identify the parts you want, and we can ship your order to any location in the U.S. or Canada.