The 8 Best ATV Snow Plows
This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in November of 2018. When winter hits, equipping your ATV with a snow plow may be one of the best investments you’ll make all year. You’ll clear your driveway in no time, without the hassle of back-breaking shoveling. Plus, don’t forget these are also useful in other seasons for gathering fallen leaves and spreading mulch on the lawn. A quality model can pay for itself in time saved, as it'll last for years. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
March 12, 2021:
With all of our previous picks for this category still in good standing, it was a relatively straightforward round of updates for us, although we did find two new models to add to this list.
At 48 inches, our first new choice, the KFI Products 105500, is a bit narrower than a lot of models in the category – we're typically talking two or 12 inches, nothing that serious – but we still included it fairly high up on our list, as we realized that some users – namely the ones who know they’ve got no business using their ATVs to plow their suburban driveways, but still can’t be convinced to settle for a snow shovel – are actually likely to see this reduced width, and the additional agility it allows, as a positive thing.
Our second new pick, the MotoAlliance UP50STBK, looks to be a well-built model, and we certainly hope that it will meet your needs, but in case it doesn’t, it’s backed a three-year warranty, which should afford many users a bit of peace of mind, knowing of the significant abuse they’re about to subject their new purchase to. The UP50STBK seems like it may not have been manufactured in the United States, but it is American designed, which might still appeal to patriots.
We also bumped the Warn 78950 ProVantage down a couple of spots, recognizing that, although it may still be an excellent blade, without the inclusion of a mounting kit and push tubes it presents a guaranteed headache for users who are hoping for a one-stop shop, which most of our other choices offer.
Chances are that most people shopping in this category already own an ATV, which makes this purchase a much more viable idea. However, if you’re somebody who’s starting from the ground up (maybe you just moved to a cold climate), then we have several alternative snow-clearing means for you to consider, and they’re likely to be more affordable. For some other interesting ideas, check out our rankings for snow shovels with wheels and snow blowers. And, if you've already got an ATV, note that virtually every selection in this category requires the use of a separately purchased winch.
December 06, 2018:
Featured prominently on this list are products from Warn Industries, a U.S.-based manufacturer known for decades as a maker of quality offroad equipment like ATV snow plows. Note that each of the components in this company’s three-part plowing system are sold separately. The Kolpin and Extreme Max models featured here come as all-in-one kits. Whatever your preference, the more affordable choices may be somewhat less durable and therefore better suited for smaller jobs or those on level ground.
John Deere Snow Attachments ATV snow plows can be great, and are certainly an upgrade from a shovel, but rural residents with access to heavy machinery are likely to already know, they're no match for some of the equipment you can outfit your bigger toys with. John Deere offers a wide range of snow attachments, including some snowblowers that are seven feet wide. deere.com
Case Construction Equipment For contractors who need heavy-duty equipment, Case makes some of the best machines on the market. Granted, their loaders might be too big for personal use, but if you've got the money to spend, and you live on an acreage that requires a lot snow pushing and yard work, you'll never regret having one of their skid steers on your side. case.com