Asked by: Norah Ayenasked in category: General Last Updated: 29th April, 2020
How do you buy a used ATV?
- Start with the tires. Look for cracks.
- Check the bearings and ball joints. Rock the tire in and out.
- Inspect the shocks. Look for leakage.
- Check for engine leaks. Use a clean rag.
- Check the brakes. Look at thickness.
- Chain and sprocket. Check for wear.
Just so, how much does a used ATV cost?
Tips to Buying a Used ATV. According to a recent search of prices the average cost of a new ATV is just under $10,000. Keep in mind that's average as you can certainly buy a new one for much less and one with all the bells and whistles for nearly the price of a luxury car.
Subsequently, question is, should I buy new or used ATV? If you tend to enjoy new things and then move on to something new, then investing in a used ATV might be the wise choice. On the other hand, if you've been riding with friends for a while and been itching to get your own, buying a new ATV may well be worth your money. The second consideration is of course money.
Likewise, what is the best used ATV to buy?
Keep in mind that the values are just a guide, and that there there are also plenty of other models out there that make excellent used ATV's.
- Kawasaki Prairie 700: $3400.
- Yamaha Kodiak 450: $3200.
- Kawasaki KFX 400: $2400.
- Yamaha Grizzly 660: $3600.
- Honda 400EX: $2300.
- Suzuki King Quad 700: $3500.
- Arctic Cat DVX 400: $2200.
How long do ATV engines last?
Well maintained quads that are regularly serviced should last over 10 years without too many problems and many go on well into their twenties. Harder working machines should give at least 6 to 8 years of faithful service before they start to let you down.