Cheap Off Brand Four Wheelers for Sale
There are some brands that deliver quality Chinese ATV's for a lot less money than the major brands.
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Getting a Bargain on Youth Four Wheelers
If you’re considering checking out cheap off brand four wheelers for sale, you’ll have tons of options at your disposal. In this article, I’d like to go over some of the youth brands you’ll find out there, what you can expect to pay, and what you can expect from the company. As the owner of several off brand ATV’s, I am experienced with them. I am an ATV enthusiast and am constantly on the prowl for the latest and greatest. Listed below are some off brand clone four wheelers for kids you’ll find on the market, both new and used.
Kazuma: I have purchased two Kazuma four wheelers and one RedCat (which is the same company). I purchased the 110cc Falcon models and a 150cc automatic. I am very happy with them all. The biggest gripe I have is the hoses. They are very cheaply made and I’ve replaced several. This is just a small inconvenience considering all of them were under 1000 dollars brand new. You’ll read some good reviews and bad reviews with them, but I’ve been pretty impressed. These are best suited for light trail riding by kids and teenagers. Small adults might be alright as well. The company claims the engines are Honda clones, but many parts are not truly interchangeable.
Dinli: I bought a Dinli Helix 90cc a while back for my son. These are not the cheap four wheelers under 600 dollars that you’ll find on eBay or the other sites. Ours has an odometer, which not reads well over 2500. This is not a cheap Chinese ATV and has been an awesome quad for my son. If you go used, you might find them under 700 dollars, but many are a little more.
Cheap Off Brand Four Wheelers
JetMoto: This is one of the few Chinese ATV makers that’s hung around for several years. For kids, they seem to be a good option to consider if you’re looking for a new four wheeler that costs a lot less than Honda, Polaris, Arctic Cat, Suzuki, and the other major brands. The lineup is full of multiple sizes from 50cc and up.
Yamoto: Yamoto has patterned their lineup after Yamaha and have gone as far as to claim some of their parts are interchangeable. While many people have complained the parts aren’t truly interchangeable, they have forged a good reputation in the off brand ATV market. Starting at under 800 dollars for a brand new youth quad, the pricing is excellent.