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UTV TEST: Hisun Strike 250

The UTV world is booming from the top down. The 1000cc machines get the most fanfare. The 50-inch-wide ones are the best sellers, and dealers can’t keep the utility models in stock. One segment that has been primarily ignored by the major manufacturers other than Polaris is the youth UTV, or SxS, segment. We call these models “side-by-sides,” as they are only 2WD. We have to thank Polaris for starting the segment and continuing the development of the machine. The only competition Polaris has in the market is from lesser-known companies like Pitster Pro, Bennche and Hisun.

Hisun is actually a company that rivals Polaris in size and has been quietly hiding in China. Now they have expanded their name globally and, more importantly, to the U.S. The brand has full-sized UTVs and ATVs, with a V-twin powerplant similar to Can-Am. Hisun’s youth SxS has a distinct RZR look with a ton of features the larger RZRs don’t even have.

Turning radius on the Strike is sharp enough to get around small tracks but not too tight to get kids in trouble. The Strike is one of only a couple SxS’ that come with a winch as standard equipment

STRIKE 250
Hisun markets the Strike for drivers 12 years and over. It’s a two-seater with two-wheel drive and reverse. To power the little SxS, Hisun uses a scooter-type CVT engine that requires no shifting and easy operation. The engine is a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 229cc mill mated to an automatic transmission with high, low, neutral and reverse gears. Starting is electric and offers a keyed ignition. The engine is fuel injected, as is the new RZR 170, but has liquid cooling, something the smallest RZR does not. To separate itself even from a RZR 170, the Strike has a much bigger frame. Physically, it measures 4 inches longer at 89 inches. This allows the machine to fit larger adults so they can join in on the fun, or at least sit next to their pre-teen as they are teaching them to drive. The driver’s seat is adjustable enough to fit a person from 4 to 6 feet tall. Large adults have a hard time squeezing into the driver or passenger seat of the youth RZR, but they can fit comfortably in the Strike. The driver’s seat has four adjustment settings, and an adjustable passenger side gets a quick-adjust grab handle.

A usable cargo bed is supplied on the back of the Strike. We could see kids in some small towns using their Strike to drive to school.

Small half doors keep both passengers securely inside the machine, as does four-point racing harnesses. The Strike is 1 inch wider at 49 inches than the RZR, but still fits easily in the back of a full-sized pickup truck. Tire size on the Strike is 2 inches taller at 22 inches than a youth RZR, helping suspension action some. What helps even more is a set of dual A-arms up front, whereas most of the competition only uses a single A-arm. On the Strike it allows for 6 inches of wheel travel up front, and a solid swingarm moves another 5 inches out back with two shocks controlling movement. Inside the two-seat cockpit a full complement of switches and gauges fill the dash. This machine has turn signals, a horn, headlights and a 2500-pound winch. The digital gauge provides all the pertinent info that a driver needs to make sure the machine is running properly, in addition to showing speed.

Teaching kids at a young age the proper techniques of being behind the wheel will make them a safer driver when they get their license.

PLAYGROUND
We had a long line of pre-teen testers ready to take the Strike 250 for a spin. We actually put this thing through just as grueling of a test we do all of our machines. Over the course of a couple days, our testers racked up nearly 100 miles in the little SxS. The Strike starts up easy using the keyed ignition, but the driver does have to put his or her foot on the brake to get it to fire up. Having a neural gear allows the driver to get the machine revved and warmed up before take-off. The gas pedal is within good reach, and so are the brakes and the steering wheel. Smaller drivers did not complain that anything was out of reach, nor were the wheels hard to turn. The machine does turn fairly sharp, so tight woods or track riding is a blast. Steering is as predictable as a full-sized UTV. You can turn sharp, and then coming out of the corner let the wheel spin back to straight, gliding along your fingers back to center to grab it and go. On straights, it’s not twitchy or have noticeable bump-steer.

Up front dual A-arms move 6 inches. A standard sway bar helps eliminate body roll. The headlights work, as do the turn signals.

Over the bumps the 5-plus inches of suspension travel do a good job softening the situation. You can find the limits of the rear end a little sooner than up front, but bottoming is seldom. You do bottom on jumps higher than 2 feet only if the landing is flat, but that’s okay, because teaching youngsters to drive within the limits of the machine is important. We never felt the machine should perform better in any situation.

A 229cc, liquid-cooled, single-speed scooter engine is stuffed in front of the swingarm. That suspension moves 5 inches and has two preload-adjustable shocks.

In fact, the Strike blew us away with how fast it went. With the throttle stop completely removed, the Strike could reach 50 mph in high gear and 40 mph in low. It is easy to limit top speed as well just by loosening a bolt and nut right behind the gas pedal. Gearing in low range gave a little more torque out of the corners and got to top speed quicker. We had the kids keep the transmission in low range most of the time, unless we were doing speed runs.

The dash is fully equipped with an assortment of winch controls, turn signals and headlight switches. It comes with a working horn too. We wish that Hisun made a machine without all these features with a significantly lower price.

THOUGHTS
Every one of our testers loved the Hisun Strike 250. There were several kids who just wanted to ride as the passenger all day and they, too, loved it. We had zero complaints from the kids and even less from the parents, as there was zero time spent working on the machine. It started every time and never even hiccuped. The horn stopped working for a couple days after a heavy rain, but once it dried out, then we were back up and blaring.

Solid half doors do a great job keeping debris away from the driver’s feet.  On the downside, we wish Hisun would drill some drain holes in the floor of the cab and the cargo bed to make washing it easier.

If you compare it price-wise to the RZR 170, the two machines are only $50 apart and the quality seems to be identical. However, you get items like a winch, taller tires, higher top speed, doors, a working storage box and room to fit adults, making it a great deal. On the other side of the coin, we would like to see a machine like this without those features, possibly a 150cc, liquid-cooled engine for significantly less and that would impress us even more. But for the price, the $4559 Hisun Strike 250 is a great buy just the way it sits now. Locate a dealer through www. hisunmotors.com or give them a call at (909) 989-3366.

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SPECS
HISUN STRIKE 250
Engine type……………….Liquid-cooled,
single-cylinder, OHV, 4-stroke
Displacement……………………………229cc
Bore x stroke……………65.5mm x 68mm
Compression ratio………………………9.7:1
Starting……………….Electric no backup
Fuel delivery………………………………..EFI
Fuel capacity…………………………3.5 gal
Transmission……Fully automatic CVT
w/ high/low & reverse
Final drive……………………..Chain 2WD
Suspension/wheel travel:
Front……………………Dual A-arm w/ 6”
Rear………………………Swingarm w/ 5”
Brakes:
Front………………..Dual hydraulic disc
Rear……………..Single hydraulic disc
Tires:
Front…………………………………….22×7-10
Rear…………………………………..22×10-12
Length/width/height…..88.9”/49.6”/59”
Wheelbase…………………………………68.2”
Ground clearance……………………….5.8”
Claimed dry weight………………..688 lb.
Cargo bed capacity………………….50 lb.
Colors…………..White, black, blue, red,
orange, Vista Camo
Price………………………………………….$4500
Contact…………www.hisunmotors.com

Sours: https://dirtwheelsmag.com/hisun-strike-250-test/

TEST: Hisun Strike 250

The popularity of UTVs is exploding, so it’s no wonder that young UTV enthusiasts and their parents are looking for scaled-down machines for youth drivers. Hisun’s Strike 250 is one of the latest in a growing group of youth UTVs, so we got one for a full test to see what it offers.

ARE YOUTH UTVS JUST LIKE FULL-SIZE UTVS?
Not exactly. Most adult UTVs have 4WD, independent front and rear suspension, and 16-and-over age recommendations. Like other youth UTVs, the Hisun is 2WD and has independent front suspension and swingarm rear suspension. The Strike 250 is recommended for riders 12 and over, though some youth UTVs are recommended for kids 10 and older. The Hisun is a little larger than some youth UTVs and is roomy enough for 5-foot-tall riders. A 6-foot-tall parent can fit, but they won’t want to ride very long, a feature most kids like.

Hisun’s Strike 250 has more power and better handling than we’ve come to expect from youth UTVs for the same price as a Polaris RZR 170.

HOW DOES COST COMPARE?
The Strike 250 sells for $4699, the same as the popular Polaris RZR 170. SSR’s SRU170RS is $3499. Pitster Pro’s Lil Mojave 200 is $3799. Odes’ Blazer 150 is $2699.

HOW ABOUT THOSE FEATURES?
Hisun’s Strike 250 is far better equipped than other youth UTVs, and its list of features even puts many fullsize vehicles to shame. It comes with doors, a roof, a windshield, mirrors, aluminum wheels, full instrumentation, a 2500-pound winch, slide-adjust seats, harness-type belts, a horn and turn signals. It’s also available in five color choices and camo.

WHO IS HISUN?
Hisun is a large Chinese manufacturer of UTVs, ATVs, motorcycles and electric vehicles that has been in business for 25 years. They have hundreds of dealers in the U.S. Final assembly and parts distribution are done at Hisun’s U.S. headquarters in Dallas, Texas.

Like other youth UTVs, the Strike 250 uses swingarm rear suspension and chain drive to the rear wheels only.

WHAT POWERS IT?
A liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 229cc engine. The 2016 RZR 170 is fuel injected, but most youth UTVs have carbureted, air-cooled engines from 170 to 200cc.

WHAT KIND OF TRANSMISSION DOES IT HAVE?
A dual-range, fully automatic, belttype continuously variable transmission. All youth UTVs have easy-to-use automatics, but only the Hisun has low and high range. Low range adds climbing power and extends belt life in low speed or aggressive driving. High range allows higher top speed and more relaxed high-speed cruising.

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HOW FAST IS IT?
Plenty fast for a kid’s machine. The little Hisun’s acceleration is surprisingly strong, and low range is good for nearly 40 mph. In high, the Strike can almost hit 50. You can easily limit the Strike 250’s performance with the adjustable throttle stop on the gas pedal.

HOW IS THE POWER ON THE TRAIL?
It’s fun and impressively powerful. The Strike 250 has quick, smooth, predictable throttle response, so it gives young drivers most of the sensations that make driving big UTVs so much fun, but at speeds learners can handle. It will slide if there’s not too much traction, and it conquers surprisingly difficult trails easily. Unlike many youth UTVs, the Hisun has some reserve power for tackling tough hills and sand, and the option to select low range lets young drivers take full advantage of the available power. Having a dual-range transmission also helps young UTVers learn when to use low range, a subject some adults are a little shaky on.

The Hisun’s double-A-arm front end is less subject to bump steer than the simpler single-A-arm setups on some youth UTVs. A front sway bar reduces body roll in corners. The shocks are spring preload adjustable too.

WHAT KIND OF SUSPENSION DOES IT HAVE?
Like most youth UTVs, the Hisun has independent front suspension and solidaxle swingarm rear suspension, but it offers more than most in several ways. First, it has more travel than some; second, it has a double-A-arm front end that is less subject to bump steer than simpler single-A-arm setups; and third, a front sway bar reduces body roll in corners. The shocks are spring preload adjustable too.

A fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 229cc engine supplies the power, and a dual-range automatic transmission lets young drivers make full use of the performance.

HOW DOES THE SUSPENSION WORK?
It’s very good for a youth UTV. The suspension is tuned right for the rider weights and speeds this machine will see, so it delivers a comfortable ride and doesn’t bottom unless it is pushed pretty hard. As with any kids’ UTV, big bumps and big jumps will find the suspension’s limits, but the Hisun can handle hard riding better than most.

The Strike 250 comes with doors, a roof, a windshield, mirrors, aluminum wheels, full instrumentation, slide-adjust seats, harness-type belts, a horn, turn signals and even a winch. It’s also available in five color choices and camo.

HOW DOES IT HANDLE?
The Hisun’s handling is more like a big UTV than the toy-like feel of some youth UTVs. The double-A-arm front end helps the machine steer accurately, even on bumpy terrain, and the front sway bar keeps it flat in corners. Most parents are more concerned about safety than performance, but the features that help the Strike 250’s handling performance also make it safe, stable and predictable.

HOW DOES IT HANDLE RUGGED TERRAIN?
It’s fine for learning UTVers. The Strike’s 2WD takes the machine most places new drivers will want to go, and the winch can get them unstuck if they overdo it. Parents should school their kids on winch use before they get in a jam, though. Like other youth UTVs, the Hisun uses chain drive, so the rear sprocket reduces ground clearance to 5.8 inches. It’s not a problem as long as kids know the sprocket is lower than the rest of the machine. Splash protection is just okay, just like on big sport UTVs, but kids would find a way to get wet and muddy if the thing had a full cab.

Five-foot-tall kids fit comfortably in the Strike. The seats are comfortable and slide to adjust.

HOW ARE THE DETAILS?
We never thought we’d say this about a UTV, but when it comes to features, the Strike 250 has almost too much of a good thing. While it’s great to get an accessory catalog worth of features as standard equipment, it would be even greater if Hisun also offered a stripped base model of the Strike 250 for a substantially lower price in addition to the loaded model.

Full instrumentation is one of the Hisun’s many big UTV-like features. The switches control the lights, winch and turn signals.

Detail-wise, the Strike 250 stands above most youth UTVs. Having a transmission with low and high range is a big plus, and the range selector’s smooth action shows quality and makes the machine easy to drive. The Hisun’s double-A-arm suspension and front sway bar give the Strike outstandingly safe, predictable handling. The fit and finish are remarkably good too. Some areas need work. Checking the oil and coolant levels should be easier, and you have to unbolt the seat base and remove an access panel to get to the battery.

WHAT IS OUR FINAL ANSWER?
The Hisun Strike 250 is a well engineered, extremely well-equipped machine at a very good price. Young UTVers never had it so good.

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SPECS
HISUN STRIKE 250
ENGINE/TRANSMISSION
Engine type Liquid-cooled, OHV single-cylinder 4-stroke
Displacement ……………………………………….229cc
Bore x stroke ………………………………… 65.5 x 68
Compression ratio …………………………………. 9.7:1
Lubrication system …………………………..Wet sump
Additional cooling ……………………………….. Auto fan
Carburetion ………………………………………………EFI
Starting/back-up ……………………………Electric/none
Starting procedure In any range, turn key w/ brake on
Idle adjustment …………………………………………N/A
Air filter
Type ………………………………………………….Paper
Access …………………………….. Remove airbox cap
Transmission ………………Dual-range CVT w/ reverse
Reverse procedure……… Move range selector to “R”
Drive system ………………………………………….2WD
Final drive ……………………………………………. Chain
DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES/WEIGHTS
Fuel capacity ………………………………………3.5 gal.
Wheelbase …………………………………………… 68.2”
Overall length/width/height …………. 88.9”/49.6”/59”
Ground clearance …………………………………….. 5.8”
Dry weight ………………………………………….688 lb.
Bed capacity …………………………………………50 lb.
Hitch ……………………………………………………… No
Towing capacity ………………………………………..N/A
ROLLING CHASSIS
Frame ……………………………………………Steel tube
Suspension/wheel travel:
Front Dual A-arms, w/ sway bar, prel.-adj. shocks/6”
Rear ………………… Swingarm, prel.-adj. shocks/5”
Brakes/actuation:
Front ……………………….. Hydraulic discs/left pedal
Rear ………………………….. Hydraulic disc/left pedal
Parking …………………………………. Lever on console
Tires:
Front ……………………… Wanda AT22x7-10 Radial
Rear ………………………Wanda AT22x10-10 Radial
DETAILS
Instruments Speedometer/odometer, trip meter, clock
Lighting:
Front ………………………………… 2 35W headlights
Rear ……………………………………..Tail/brake lights
Colors . White, black, blue, red, orange, Vista Camo
Minimum recommended operator age …………….. 12
Suggested retail price …………………………… $4699
Contact Hisun, (909) 989-3366, www.hisunmotors.com

Sours: https://utvactionmag.com/test-hisun-strike-250/
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The Coleman 550 UTV is full size side-by-side that gets you where you need to go with speed and confidence. It’s a workhorse, an off-road companion, and all-weather transport. What else can be said about the Coleman 550 UTV?

The Coleman 550 UTV is a powerful machine, ready to take on the toughest jobs. It features aluminum wheels, a roof, and a 3,500-pound electronic winch. This machine is great for wooded trails, snow hills, hunting grounds, and farmland.

Let’s dive into the details of the Coleman 550 UTV. We cover its facts, specs, reviews, and more.

About Coleman 550 UTV

The Coleman 550 UTV is a Chinese-manufactured full-size side-by-side. It has been around since 1988, making its debut in the U.S. and Canada in 2011. This UTV is a mid-performance quad that gets riders wherever they need to go and gets the job done. It is an excellent alternative to more expensive name brands like Can-Am, Polaris, and Honda. The Coleman 550 targets consumers looking for a vehicle loaded with staple accessories at a fraction of the cost.

Coleman 550 and 750 UTV models come complete with a hard-top roof, 3500-lb winch, two-piece windshield, side mirrors, nitrogen-assisted performance shocks, turn signals, full analog, and digital display, and more. These UTVs also come second to none with optional electronic power steering, similar to big-name brands, and are EPA/CARB-compliant. Most utility vehicles loaded with these kinds of accessories usually cost between $13,000 and 16,000, but the Coleman is just under $10,000.

Coleman Outfitter 550 – Interesting Facts

Coleman 550 UTVs are highly-engineered and go through rigorous tests. For every 200 units produced, one of these UTVs is tested before being released to the market. Testing is to ensure the utility vehicles meet quality standards. Although Hisun’s (pronounced as high-sun) facilities are not directly comparable to that of KTM’s, they pretty much do the same thing with their products.

Coleman 550 UTVs are also among the few Chinese-made quads that meet EPA/CARB standards. All their units meet both proposed and current stability standards by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Professionals assemble these vehicles in plants that maintain a constant temperature of about 22-26 °C. This is done to avoid expanding or contracting CNC-machined UTV parts.

Coleman 550 UTV Specs & Features

  • Engine – Four-stroke, liquid-cooled single-cylinder SOHC Chongqing Huasong engine. It has a bore-stroke ratio of 91 mm x 84 mm. The engine displacement is 546 cubic centimeters (33.3 cubic inches), with a compression ratio is 9.6:1. The maximum power output is 22.5 hp (30.17 kW). Fuel tank capacity is 7.4 US gallons/28 liters.
  • Drivetrain – An automatic two-speed CVTech CVT transmission controls the Coleman. It has a selectable rear 2WD or 4WD system. Gear selection is a high-low range forward, neutral, and reverse and has electronic power steering. Delphi Electronic Fuel Injection or EFI allows for more reliability and direct drive power.
  • Ignition – Uses an electric starter system with an electric control switch. Additionally, it requires a 12V, 300-CCA (Cold Crank Amp) Coleman 550 UTV battery with an assembled dimension of 7.75 x 5.12 x 7.06 inches (L x W x H), not including wire harness and mounting accessories.
  • Lubrication – The Coleman 550 UTV oil capacity differs with and without an oil filter change. With the oil filter changed, it is 1.89 US quarts/1.8 liters. Without filter change, the capacity is 1.68 US quarts/1.6 liters. Use an SAE 10W-40 or 10W-30 4-stroke oil or equivalent motor oil for top performance. Make sure that it also has an API service classification of SL or above. Additionally, always use DOT 3 genuine brake fluid from a sealed container.
  • Tires – Aluminum front wheels are equipped with AT26 X 9-14 tires, while the rear wheels with AT26 X 11-14 tires. The vehicle wheelbase is 76.8 inches.
  • Brakes – The front brakes use wet disc brakes while the rear ones are pedal-braking axis brakes. Lower class models have dual front and rear ventilated hydraulic disc brakes.
  • Suspension – The front and rear suspension consists of nitrogen-filled MacPherson independent dual A-arms. The turning radius is 14.11 feet (169.32 in), making for more stable handling at high speeds. 4WD system has limited-slip and complete differential lock modes accessed through push-button ease.
  • Dimensions – The length is 117.3 inches, and the width is 61 inches. Its height from the ground is 76.8 inches with a ground clearance of 12.2 inches for both front and rear axles. Front and rear treads are 51.2 and 50.6 inches, respectively. Weight is 1,407 lbs (638 Kg).
  • Exterior – The Coleman 550 UTV has a steel frame and plastic body material that is durable and easy to clean. The payload capacity is 850 lbs, and the towing capacity is 1,200 lbs. Cargo bed dimensions are 46.1 x 35.4 x 11 inches (L x W x H) with a capacity of 350-500 lbs. Coleman Outfitter 550 accessories include a 3,500-lb winch, and instrumentation includes fuel and temperature gauges, hour meter, and speedometer. The quad came in red, black, white, blue, yellow, orange, and camo.
  • Lighting – Two 55-watt headlights mounted on the front fenders use multi-reflector lenses for superior light distribution. It also has a 0.5-watt taillight and a 1-watt brake light and instrument panel light.

Coleman 550 UTV Reviews

Coleman 550s would generally have a mix of satisfied and unsatisfied customers, just like any other utility vehicle made on- or off-shore. Check out some of the comments coming from Coleman patrons:

  • Comparable to Kawasaki, each Coleman model comes with a one-year factory warranty (even a two-year warranty for certain distributors).
  • There is no need to run your pockets dry on accessories after purchase as the quad is fully-loaded.
  • The Coleman Outfitter 550 UTVs seem to do better after break-in as this gets rid of all the out-of-box kinks.
  • Acceleration is good at lower RPMs.
  • The 16% gain in displacement compared to its 500-cc mid-range counterparts translates into plenty of power, which owners appreciate.
  • Owners have no problems with the engine braking on these quads.
  • They are durable and reliable and competitively priced.

Complaints

Perhaps the most complained-about issue with the Coleman 550 UTV has to do with flimsy seat belts, weak muffler, and bolts and screws that keep falling off. Consumers often report bolts on the rear differential coming loose and the suspension not having dampeners. While most of them get a timely response from the manufacturer, others are left chasing on a resolution for a good few weeks.

Another issue is that the engine and exhaust easily overheat – mostly from 2011-2012. Fortunately, installing dual fans, modifying the hood compartment, and moving the cooler to the front of the radiator help cool the engine and the exhaust so that it doesn’t get too hot. Although this happens frequently, owners tend to overlook it since they can fix the said issue.

Here are some customer comments about the product:

  • UTV keeps jumping out of gear, especially when pushed to higher revs.
  • The seating is quite minimalist and doesn’t make for long, pleasant trail rides.
  • Riders have to engage the parking brake at all times since the vehicle’s two-speed H/L/N/R transmission does not include this option.
  • There is the absence of suspension/shock adjustment that drivers can do from the cab.
  • It takes a while to determine the balance between soft-rigid suspension settings and varying air pressure to match the terrain.

Street-Legal Coleman 550 UTV

Making your Coleman 550 UTV street-legal is a pragmatic move, especially for farmers and industrial workers who do a lot of transportation with their quads or intend to use them as daily drivers. Luckily, 22 of the 50 U.S. states and some townships in Canada already have established laws that will guide you on the process of legalizing your UTV. Below are some vehicle upgrades you will need to meet to make it happen:

  • DOT Tires – Quadboss QBT846 DOT Front Tires (view on Amazon)
  • DOT-legal Headlight
  • License Plate Bracket, preferably with light
  • Muffler to reduce/meet sound restrictions
  • Reflectors for an added safety feature

The Coleman is factory-equipped with brake and taillights, a horn, rearview mirrors, and turn signals, so you don’t have to do as many changes on your quad to meet state requirements. Once you complete latching on these parts (pretty much comprises FMVSS or Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards) and getting the necessary paperwork done, your four-wheeler will need to undergo testing or inspection to register as a street-legal utility vehicle.

Coleman 550 UTV – Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are Hisun side by sides any good? Hisun UTVs are decent, mid-range products that give customers the necessary features at an affordable price. If you intend to use the vehicle within its capacities, it will last you a long time. However, if you’re looking for better quality and performance, you may prefer a second-hand UTV from a known name brand.
  • What is the Coleman 550 UTV top speed? Its advertised top speed is 45 mph, with a maximum power output of 35 hp (26.1 kW). A less-restrictive air filter, an FMF Slip-on exhaust system (view on Amazon), and taller or shorter tires can increase it by another 2-5 mph.
  • How much does a Coleman 550 UTV cost? Its regular price is $9,999, but you can buy it for $1,000 less during Black Friday sales. Other online traders and distributors sell it for a base price of $8,600.
  • Who makes Coleman UTV? Chinese manufacturer Hisun is the maker of Coleman Outfitter 550 UTVs. Aside from this particular model, the firm also produces the Coleman Outfitter 750, the Strike series (sport SxS), the Sector series (utility SxS), and the HS series. Engine displacement for the company’s product lineup ranges from 250- to 1000-cc.

About Hisun

Hisun Motors Corp. USA is the maker of Coleman 550 UTV. The China-based manufacturer has been ranked 6th on the list of largest UTV producers in North America. Despite this strong standing, it was not until 2014 that the company began making a name for itself in the U.S. For the people behind Hisun, manufacturing is a timeless art. Through its products and processes, the firm intends to share exploration and their love for the outdoors.

Conclusion – Coleman 550 UTV Review

The Coleman 550 UTV may not be on everyone’s radar, but there is no doubt that this offering from Hisun is a quality vehicle. Like big names, such as Polaris, Can-Am, and Honda, this mid-range quad delivers power and performance when you need it. It is sturdy, runs well, and is excellent for gardening, hunting, and going around the farm. Overall, it is a reasonably priced, capable quad that is worth the investment.

Sours: https://offroadingpro.com/coleman-550-utv/
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