CFMOTO Australia’s burgeoning ATV ranks have grown again with a machine that takes free-ranging to new levels – the dual-seat CFORCE 1000 Overland.

Based on the highly successful CFORCE 1000 ATV – CFMOTO’s most powerful quad – the Overland builds on that platform with a suite of factory-fitted extras:

• Beadlock wheels;
• Front and rear protector bars (with driving lights in front bar);
• An 8mm HDPE skid plate;
• Premium ‘Matte Granite’ paint;
• Fender extenders; and
• Handguards with windshield.

The long-wheelbase CFORCE 1000 range is powered by a grunt master: an 80hp/82Nm, fuel-injected 962.6cc V-twin, which has 25 per cent more power than the CFORCE 850 – the next level of displacement in the local CFMOTO ATV line-up.

The CFORCE 1000 Overland represents remarkable value at $14,990 ride away, and standard features include independent rear suspension, 2WD/4WD, locking front differential, limited slip rear differential, engine braking, Canadian CVTech transmission, 14-inch alloy wheels, 27-inch tyres, a tow bar, winch and integrated pillion backrest and grab rails.

Meanwhile, the CFORCE 1000 remains a part of the Aussie line-up, as well, priced at $13,990 rideaway – and, like all CFMOTOs, supported by a two-year factory warranty and an 80-plus dealer network to keep the wheels turning 24 hours a day.

Overland meets all the standards
The CFORCE 1000 Overland, like all CFMOTO ATVs sold in Australia, will be fitted with an Aussie-made OPD (operation protector device) that has been approved under the Quad Bike Safety Standard. The OPD is installed by your CFMOTO dealer during pre-delivery.

In the case of the CFORCE 1000 Overland, due to the OPD fitment it will not be sold with the two storage boxes as shown in one of the attached images. These storage boxes will be sold as aftermarket accessories only.

Stage two of the Australian government’s mandatory Consumer Goods (Quad Bike) Safety Standard requires an OPD to be fitted to all general-use ATVs by October 11, 2021 – a mandatory requirement that CFMOTO has already completed.

In addition to the OPD legislative requirements, the government has also mandated that all ATVs are tested for static stability using a tilt table test. The minimum standard to pass the lateral (sideway) stability tilt angle test is 28.81 degrees, and an independent study has revealed that all CFMOTO ATVs exceed the minimum standard – some by a massive margin.

In the case of the CFORCE 1000 Overland, the tilt angle results came in at 33.9 degrees – again a quantum leap ahead of the minimum standard.

For more information on the CFORCE 1000 Overland, visit the model page.