Whether your owner and guests want some serious off-roading or just some fun on a secluded beach, our selection of ATVs will fit the bill
There’s a lot to consider when buying an ATV. It is easy to get overwhelmed with all the information that is out there. It is important to figure out what your priorities are.
What you are planning to use the ATV for will determine what sort of quad you will buy. Sports ATVs are different from utility ATVs and sports-utility hybrids. Maybe you want a flexible ATV that lets you do a bit of everything? Will your typical charter guest be experienced or a novice?
Sports ATVs may look flashy, but are they too powerful and trickier to handle? Some of the utility ATVs are pretty much designed for hauling loads around the cattle farm, so will be robust but not very nimble or manoeuvrable. There is also the question of whether you need a vehicle with one or two seats like the traditional quad-bike or even a model that has side by side seating.
In power plants alone there are many choices, side-by-sides include gas, diesel, electric, and electric-gas hybrid engines. Power steering is always a good option and don’t forget about a generous ground clearance.
It goes without saying, you need to consider storage options onboard and a nice touch is to replicate the mothership’s colouring with some nice wraps…