Quad Bikes For Sale in Namibia

Quad Bikes For Sale in Namibia

What is Quad Bike?

An all-terrain vehicle, also known as a light utility vehicle, a quad bike or quad, as defined by the American National Standards Institute, is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, has a seat that is straddled by the operator, and has handlebars.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of quad Wheeler?

ATV basic models can be purchased for anywhere between 3,000 and 15,000 dollars, with an average cost of 7,000 dollars. For roughly 10,000 dollars, you may purchase a fully equipped ATV or a higher-end vehicle with a sizable, powerful engine; alternatively, you can buy a more potent model with a more basic design.

What is the best quad bike to buy?

Top 5 quads recommendations:

  1. Suzuki LT-Z50 Quadsport 50 – the best kids’ one.
  2. Honda Fourtrax TRX250 – the ‘utility’ one.
  3. Yamaha YFZ450 – the racing one.
  4. Polaris Sportsman XP1000 – the monster touring one.
  5. Aeon Cobra 400 – the road legal one.

What is the best cheapest quad bike?

The Yamaha Kodiak 700

It’s got a low price for its engine size and it shares frame and suspension components with the Grizzly, Yamaha’s flagship ATV. That gives it a familiar profile and the support a big engine needs when going over rough terrain.

How long do quad bikes last?

Depending on the brand and how it’s treated, the average lifespan of a quad is 10,000 to 12,000 miles. If a quad is well maintained, it could last for over 20 years. Most vehicles start posing problems once they have covered 10,000 miles, but with a little attention and care, the life of an ATV can be a long one.

What is the full name of a quad bike?

An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a light utility vehicle (LUV), quad bike, or simply a quad, as defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI); is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control.

Why is it called a quad bike?

Etymology. quad (“four (“4”)”) +‎ bike (“bicycle”). From being a 4-wheeled quadricycle vehicle that is ridden astride like a dirt bike (“motorcycle”).

Who makes quad bikes?

SMC (Standard Motor Corporation) are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of quad bikes with top level design and technology paramount in our drive for perfection. With unrivalled build quality and reliability at an affordable price, plus two year manufacturers warranty included as standard, SMC lead the way.

What are the different types of quad bikes?

Types of ATVs: What You Need to Know

  • Youth Models. As you may suspect, the youth model is generally made for children and teenagers.
  • Utility Quads. A utility quad is for difficult work that requires a lot of weight, such as plowing or hauling.
  • Entry-Level ATV.
  • Sport Quads.
  • Utility Sport ATV.
  • High-Performance ATVs.

How fast is a 250cc quad bike?

Most standard ATVs with a 250cc engine power output can reach a maximum speed of about 40 miles per hour (mph), while those with a 450cc engine can reach speeds of up to 70 mph on flat terrain.

Are quad bikes fuel efficient?

Fuel consumption.

The Ecoquad emerged clear economy champ with 45.5mpg, despite spending much of its time at full throttle. Then came the Honda at 32.1mpg and the diesel Arctic Cat at 31.7mpg, comfortably ahead of the Kymco and Polaris’s 24.9mpg. The Quadzilla trailed with 18.6mpg.

What to look for when buying a quad bike?

Check the frame for rust, patched paintwork or any other signs that the bike has had extensive repairs or wear. Check the chassis number. This will help you to make sure you are not about to purchase a stolen vehicle. If the quad has no chassis number, do not purchase it.

Are quad bikes automatic?

Most ATVs have an automatic (CVT) transmission except for racing quads which use manual transmissions giving the rider the most control over the machine. Unlike buying a car where you get to choose, a utility ATV will be CVT and a racing quad will be manual transmission.

What is the difference between a quad bike and an ATV?

A quad can be an ATV but an ATV is not necessarily a quad.

This is all down to the number of wheels that each vehicle has. Whilst a quad is a vehicle with four wheels, an ATV, although it can have four wheels can also only have two, or up to six wheels. An ATV therefore encompasses more types of vehicles than a quad.

How many gears does a quad bike have?

A quad bike usually has between six and eight gears. Of course, the more, the better in terms of speed, but it can be hard to control when you’re just starting with your new vehicle, so don’t go overboard on this feature.