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What Quad Should I Buy?

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Hi,

 

I'm in the market for a quad. Going to use it for getting around the undulating countryside while helping the Gamekeeper on my local shoot and also for pulling a trailer with to help my bother clearing logs out of his woods. I want it to be able to good on road but my main focus would be off road!

 

Can anyone suggest a Quad? I have £5000

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For that money you will get a fairly new road registered big Honda, I got a 1 yr old Honda 500cc for the same money, it pulls my plant trailer loaded across fields ! Boy it has some grunt and will do 40 plus on the road, may not sound fast but when your sat on it..........

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Iv had Honda since iv been into quads and since buying my first suzuki two years ago I'd never go back to Honda. Suzuki king quad 500 or 750.....

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Iv had Honda since iv been into quads and since buying my first suzuki two years ago I'd never go back to Honda. Suzuki king quad 500 or 750.....

I take it that they are good off road? Are they fast?

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Plenty of grubtw in the 500 I'd say they'd do 65....750 is so.easy servious power and brilliant for pulling weight.

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kvf 750,got elec 2wd,4wd,diff lock,towing elecs,powerfull winch can pull serious trees around.on the road it will shift.or yamaha 660.

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Had one of them felt like I was driving a motorbike and is loud as feck. Sold it straight away and bought the 500

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Definitely Suzuki kingquad. Had em for a few years and they re really reliable , better ride than the Honda and as stated plenty of power. The 450 is hard to get now but a good bike

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