wow!!!!! ang ganda naman nyan!!! yang atv utility yan po ang 160k? locally made po yan? i think mura lang sya kasi ibang branded eh nasa 200k+... and an atv sport ussually 100k+. yan 65 lang, woooowww!!!!!!
Originally Posted by basti08
here's the pics. dati may nag ask na mag post ako sa ibang thread. sori dont have the luxury of time. anyway, here they are..
prices are just a couple grand higher but still reasonable. btw, the 200cc costs 160 thou. comes with the helmet and aforementioned waranty. napapa register din.
May nakapagsabi from TV News na hanggang sa mga resorts lang daw ang mga ATVs. As per PNP, bawal daw sa mga national roads natin ito.
Sa akin naman, balak ko bumili, pero yung pang-subdivision lang. Pang "errands" lang ang gamit.
So bawal pala ang ATVs sa major roads and thoroughfares? But I saw a TV feature on the motorcycle capital of the Philippines, Dumaguete City. Nagparada pa nga yung mga motorcycle owners, and may mga kasama pa nga na mga ATV. Well I don't know they ride the ATVs through major roads there, but if they paraded the ATVs during their annual Motorcycle Festival (or something like that), I guess it is legal in Dumaguete. Correct me if I'm wrong on this guys.
But if ATVs are really not for use in major thoroughfares, how about 3-wheeled motorbikes? You know, the one with 2 wheels at the back and 1 in front. Does any motorbike company manufacture something like this? It would be cool to have a 3-wheel motorbike, like the one made in the American Chopper series.
[SIZE=3]I've heard that China-made ATVs are a pain in the butt. Is Loncin one of those Chinese motorbike manufacturers? Would buying a Loncin ATV be worth the money I'll dole out just in case or not? BTW I'm not in Manila.
Our ATV's have 1year warranty (powertrain and tranny). Also in so far, Im not biased, but some of our most satisfied clients were those who bought our ATV. We have one client who bought a 110cc ATV after 2 weeks bought 2 more units (1 110cc and 1 200cc) and after a week bought another 200cc for a total of 4.
Of course, I just might conclude that you don't buy 4 pain in the ass unless you're a masochist.
BTW, FYI, It's not street legal as well BUT you need to have it registered like a usual motorcycle. Tranny is not HIGH SPEED so, use it on the road and create traffic... ;) Based on my experience, tires are not grippy on tarmac as it is on grass, rocky trail or sand or even mud. Terminal understeer if you try to corner fast (needs some caster(?) alignment, as on cars). Not really for transpo.
magkano ang ganito kaliit na ATV (50cc yata to)? i took the pic at enchanted kingdom last may2008.
sabi ng mga attendant ng enchanted kingdom, nasa 35k daw price ng brand new. meron din daw mga binebenta na 2nd hand sa supplier nila. are these small ATVs the same size sa post ni basti08 na small blue ATV? mukha kasing malaki ang smaller ATV sa pic ni basti08.