The Kandi 250cc 2×4 UTV Utility Vehicle is an alternative to more expensive UTV’s from companies like Yamaha or Honda. It doesn’t matter if the UTV comes from China, what matters, is the quality and getting what you pay for. If you are looking for a cheaper UTV vehicle, Kandi is an option for a vehicle that gets you what you want and without paying for the name. The Kandi 250cc 2×4 UTV Utility vehicle might have all the fancy extras, but it has what is most important.
A look at Kandi Tecnologies. Kandi is a China-based company known for their super mini cars and other sport vehicles. Kandi is one of the leading small vehicle production companies in the world. The United States is starting to notice their worth and have been selling their products more and more. The Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle is one of their lower priced vehicles. It doesn’t have tons of bells and whistles, but you still get a lot for what you pay.
What you get with the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle. The Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle will get you around rough terrain without much problem. The tires have excellent traction. For a simple built machine, the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle has the important extras and few bells and whistles. The UTV goes in reverse, and includes a rear-view mirror. It also comes with those must have seat belts, and bar cage, to protect you. There is even a retractable sunroof for sunny days and light rain. The Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle goes up to 30 mph, faster than some higher end UTV’s on the market.
Assembly of the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle. Chances are, when you purchase the Kandi UTV you are going to have to put some of it together. This includes the tires, bar cage, mirror, and seats. Purchasing the UTV already assembled makes for harder delivery, and higher cost for you. If you have the tools, assembling the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle shouldn’t take longer than a day. The only problem is the badly translated instructions that come with the UTV, and the tons of nuts and bolts that can easily be misplaced. If you feel that assembly would be too difficult for you, ask a friend to help. The assembly is really not so difficult that you should have to pay a mechanic to do the work.
Just a note: Charge the battery before starting the assembling. That way, the battery will be good to go when the UTV is all together, and you can take your first joy ride. That is, if you remembered to buy gas, too.
The bugs in the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle. While the Kandi UTV has plenty to love, nothing is perfect. The Kandi products are cheaper, and we all know the saying that you get what you pay for. Luckily, the few issues with the Kandi UTV we have aren’t so bad that you won’t want to purchase it. For one, the UTV is very loud when hitting the gas. So, if you want stealth, you won’t get with this UTV. It is quiet when idling. The reverse is very touchy, jerking your body if you hit it too hard. The bars on the cage were not painted very well, but a quick touch-up with spray paint will fix that in seconds. The passenger side seat belt likes to stick when trying to stretch it, but it stays locked in place without issue.
The price of the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle. This UTV can be purchased for less than $4000. Other small UTV’s run about $5000-$6000. High end UTVs, like the Honda Big Red, will cost you upwards of $11,000. It might have all the accessories and goods, but you need to decide if you would really use them. Don’t pay for stuff you won’t need.
The Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle, and any other Kandi sporting vehicle, can be a good choice for first time, low budget, buyers. If you want a UTV that will take an extreme beating, that you will work hard, then you might not want the Kandi 250cc UTV Utility Vehicle. Kandi does make higher end products than this one, so you could still opt out of buying a much more expensive vehicle. The Kandi 2500cc UTV Utility Vehicle has what you need for simple use, and saves lots of money.
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