Overall Appearance Matters

First impressions last a lifetime and when you see the machine you might want to buy for the first time you can immediately get a feel for how it has been cared for. Broken plastics and plastics discolored by the weather are common in the off-road industry, but look closely to see if the fractured fender is not hiding additional damage from the collision. Taking pride in your machine sets you apart from the rest of the crowd at the trailhead. A clean and nice looking machine doesn’t mean there is nothing wrong, but it makes it less likely that it has been abused. You can always put make-up on a pig but if you’re not blind you will know it’s a pig!

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  • Gaurav Sharma

    This content is very much informative. The comparison provided herein will help you decide if a new or used ATV is best for you.

  • David Smyth

    The enormous joke on used atv’s is they cost as much as a car but by the time they hit 2,000 measly miles No one will buy them. Even my Cub Cadet Lawn Riding Mower comes with a full 3 year warranty not most atv’s 6 months. 6 months of busy trail riding can rack up 2,000 miles and then you are stuck with it. No warranty and very little chance of resale. If the Manufacturers would back up what they make and sell for 3 years than enthusiasts could enjoy their machines and ride them like the joke of a low mileage lease.

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    biggest thing in my opinion is stay away from modified sleds,atvs whatever. If performance parts are put on its for one reason and that’s to go hard ,you risk buying something that has been rode hard and put away wet

  • All Seven Tips for Buying a Used ATV or UTV are very Useful . In Colorado, Grand Adventures provide side by side ATV on rent