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This may not be new news to anyone, but it was to me.
I just spoke with a local dealer who has Hyundai ATVs on order to arrive next month. Didn't know there was such a thing. Couldn't get an MSRP, but saw the brochure on them and they do look sharp and carry a standard 2 yr warranty. They will also feature many upgrades as standard, a couple 4x4 models, and nothing under 200cc that I could see.
Dude, I tried for an hour to find something on the web- nothing. I was talking with an actual dealer, saw the lit, and was told they should be here next month. I'm waiting to see what materializes. Going on what I saw and was told only.
No prob, I'm not disbelieving you or anything. I check the rags and a few forums, this is the first I heard of it. I was wanting to see what kind of a lineup they have. Any sports? Big bores? Beginner models?
Ok, I didn't see anyting under 200cc. There was a 600 ute model, a 400 also, both available as 4x4. I saw some sport/trail models, and lots of sccoters.
I'm just gonna take a wait and see approach, but I did hold the brochure from Hyundai, wouldn't you think there would be some info somewhere? Strange. I was told they have sold and do well in Europe...
After a couple of minutes looking around, I found out that this company manufactures Hyundai branded motorcycles and will probably be providing their ATVs as well, since they are already in the ATV arena. Here is their website:
They claim they have manufactured scooters for Yamaha and also claim pit bike and scooter race records. Might be okay, but I've yet to see any Chinese quads that are up to the task of serious off-road riding. I wouldn't get my hopes up for this bit of news.
If in fact is is that company you refenced above, run away from it as fast as you can. Thats the company that built my Komoto and its nothing but a pile of crap!
I have had the thing for 2 months now and got to actually ride it for a total of 30 minutes. Has been nothing but problems and wont run.