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What is the Best Atv on the Market?

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If your comfortable with your manhood, Im gonna say the best all around quad right now is the king quad 750. Outlander 800 and Yamaha 700 arent far behind.

Most of the companies now a days make pretty good quads right across the board though. Different uses for each.

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The Honda Rincon is the best all around 4 wheeler I have ever had..... No belts to slip and plenty of power for working and does pretty well in the mud and is 4 wheel drive..... I love mine. over 2000 miles on it and never has missed a beat. Fill with gas and keep fluids changed you will have no problem with any Honda...

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The Honda Rincon is the best all around 4 wheeler I have ever had..... No belts to slip and plenty of power for working and does pretty well in the mud and is 4 wheel drive..... I love mine. over 2000 miles on it and never has missed a beat. Fill with gas and keep fluids changed you will have no problem with any Honda...

I,ll second that! Nice on the trail and 4WD on the fly. Honda really knew what they were doing when designing this Quad for every one. Hopefully they will release a new model soon.

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If you are new to the sport then....

The sure-nuff best quad is the one you love to ride. Best way to do that is to go out and ride some of your friends quads, and see what fits. Depending on what you want to do, test things out, and buy what you can afford.

Really the best thing to do is find a decent, cheap quad, and get some riding time under your belt. Once you get a feel for it, upgrade to something better, or more your style.

As a nod to Wylde, the older Polaris Scramblers are pretty stout, and its still a pretty good beginners bike, sporty, automatic, and with maintenance they last pretty good.

For a utility quad the older 650-700 Kawi Prairies are a good starter quad, and are also one of my favorites.

Sport quads? Get an older Honda 400ex, they can take anything you throw at them.

You can usually get any of these pretty cheap, ride them and beat on them, then when you are ready trade in for something you are really want.

Everyone wants to run out and get an 450 sport quad, or an 800-1000 utility cause biggest are always best. If you are a "Newbie" DON'T! Take your time, and get into it slowly. Something a little smaller and a little older is ALOT more forgiving. As a bonus, if you make a dumb mistake, you didn't just ruin a really expensive quad that you are making payments on.

Just my opinion, YMMV.

Can any other experienced guys add anything to my advice? Maybe I am leaving something out?

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If you are new to the sport then....

The sure-nuff best quad is the one you love to ride. Best way to do that is to go out and ride some of your friends quads, and see what fits. Depending on what you want to do, test things out, and buy what you can afford.

Really the best thing to do is find a decent, cheap quad, and get some riding time under your belt. Once you get a feel for it, upgrade to something better, or more your style.

As a nod to Wylde, the older Polaris Scramblers are pretty stout, and its still a pretty good beginners bike, sporty, automatic, and with maintenance they last pretty good.

For a utility quad the older 650-700 Kawi Prairies are a good starter quad, and are also one of my favorites.

Sport quads? Get an older Honda 400ex, they can take anything you throw at them.

You can usually get any of these pretty cheap, ride them and beat on them, then when you are ready trade in for something you are really want.

Everyone wants to run out and get an 450 sport quad, or an 800-1000 utility cause biggest are always best. If you are a "Newbie" DON'T! Take your time, and get into it slowly. Something a little smaller and a little older is ALOT more forgiving. As a bonus, if you make a dumb mistake, you didn't just ruin a really expensive quad that you are making payments on.

Just my opinion, YMMV.

Can any other experienced guys add anything to my advice? Maybe I am leaving something out?

No I think you got it right !!:yes: And to Wylde he beats that polaris to heck and back it still keeps on tickin !! :laugh: I would of never thought it would hold up !! He`s about ready for a big boy quad now !!:biggrin:

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