Find the answers to the most common questions we hear.
Can you drive it on the roads?
No. The Sherp is a dedicated Off-Road vehicle, and cannot be licensed as a highway vehicle. However, there are some exceptions to this rule in some states and counties that might allow it to be used on the road in certain circumstances. Contact your local Department of Motor Vehicles for additional information in your area.
Where is it made?
Sherp has factories in both Russia and Ukraine where they are manufactured. Then the vehicle shells are sent to Canada where the assembly process is completed and then distributed to the United States.
What kind of mileage does it get?
The Sherp gets surprisingly good fuel economy. It’s small diesel Kabota engine has an Hourly Fuel Consumption of only 0.52-0.79 gallons. This combined with its 15-gallon main fuel tank and the optional four auxiliary fuel tanks (15.3 gallons each) give it a remarkably long range.
Where can it go?
The Sherp has a wide variety of terrains and weather that it can be used in. It is particularly good in muddy, swampy, icy and snowy terrains. It is rated for being able to efficiently manage inclines up to 35 degrees forward, backward, and sideways. Though due to the tread patterns of the tires, there may be some sideways slide in certain scenarios.
What is it used for?
The Sherp was initially designed for exploration and to provide unlimited access in all seasons and all weather to the harshest types of back-country. Today Sherp provides this unlimited type of access to individuals, organizations, and businesses of all kinds who need to access the back-country locations year-round and in any type of weather. This includes Search & Rescue teams, forestry, research, oil & gas, utilities, construction, outfitters, tour groups, recreation, and many more.