if you are mechanically inclined it may onely cost you aprox $250 to fix the wet clutch on that engine. all parts are on E bay and they are the same as yamaha. The build quality just may not look as good but it still works.
I would take a free ATv any day. It's just u will have to fix it your self because most brand name dealers won't touch them. That is why they are cheaper. There is little support behind them and there not all bad they just need more maintenance
Just think there is a local oil company who spent 80k on 4 prowlers after the rhino's wore out just to see if another brand was better. After the prowlers hit an average of 4500 km they all blew up one at a time. Now they realize the rhino was the better choice
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