December 15, 2016

Bad Boy Off Road was just named the 2016 Best New UTV Player by UTV Action.

November 28, 2016

"To produce its first gas-powered unit, Bad Boy sought the best design and manufacturing it could find."

November 14, 2016

"This is a new entry to the class, and for a first effort, it is exceptional. We know that there are other models coming, and we are eager to see them."

November 07, 2016

Bad Boy® Off Road, a Textron Specialized Vehicles brand, has gone the extra mile so drivers can do even more with the new 80HP Stampede XTR 4x4.

September 20, 2016

Bad Boy® Off Road will be the title sponsor at New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sept. 25 in Loudon, N.H.

September 01, 2016

“Farmers, ranchers and wildlife enthusiasts have a powerful (80hp high-quality engine) and smooth-riding new side-by-side to consider.”

August 19, 2016

“The new Bad Boy Off Road brand is for people who like the idea of being a little on the edge.”

June 30, 2016

"The Stampede 900 4x4 chassis is built from high-strength steel and Bad Boy really went the extra mile in corrosion protection for long term durability. Rather than a single layer of powdercoat, the Stampede 900 first gets an E-coat base which is applied by a dip method, insuring no area is missed. When a powdercoat top finish is then applied, your corrosion protection longevity goes through the roof. We’ve been to every other manufacturer’s plant and none use this dual process."

June 30, 2016

"Standing back and admiring the Stampede, we've got to admit this is a fully evolved vehicle that has plenty of sizzle and good looks. Build quality is excellent and its styling is both modern and very appealing. Maybe the best thing for a new brand entering the market, the Stampede is backed by a very large company with big resources to keep buyers happy over long periods of ownership."

June 01, 2016

“Stampede is built around a solid chassis that houses a German-engineered 80 HP engine…the Bad Boy has enough “Bad” to ensure that you have enough oomph on the farm or out on the trail.”