HOW DOES COST COMPARE?
The Sector 250 is $4799, the
same price as a Polaris RZR 170.
The Sector’s standard features make
it stand out. It comes with a roof, a
windshield, mirrors, aluminum wheels,
full instrumentation, a 2500-pound
winch, a horn and turn signals. It’s also
available in three color choices or camo
for another $300.
IS THE SECTOR 250 JUST LIKE FULL-SIZE
No. Like other youth UTVs, the
WHAT POWERS IT?
Sector 250 is 2WD, with chain drive
to the rear wheels and swingarm rear
suspension. Most full-size UTVs are
4WD and have independent front and
A fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, single-overhead-cam, 229cc engine. Most
youth UTVs have air-cooled engines
from 170 to 200cc.
WHAT KIND OF TRANSMISSION DOES IT
A dual-range, fully automatic, belt-
type continuously variable transmission.
All youth UTVs have automatics, but
HOW FAST IS IT?
most are single range. With low and
high range, the Hisun has the potential
for more climbing power and more top
speed. Low range wasn’t very low on
our test machine. The latest models
have a lower low range than our test
It’s fast for a youth UTV. The Sector
250 accelerates well, and top speed is
over 40 mph. You can easily limit the
speed with the adjustable throttle stop
on the gas pedal.
HOW IS THE POWER DELIVERY?
It has enough power to handle
pretty challenging trails, but it’s not
intimidating for learning drivers. There’s
The Sector 250 comes better
equipped than many full-size UTVs.
It comes with a roof, windshield,
mirrors, aluminum wheels, full
instrumentation, a horn, turn
signals and even a winch.
The Hisun’s double-A-arm front end adds to its predictable handling.
A front sway bar reduces body roll in turns.
Like other youth UTVs, the Sector 250 has swingarm rear suspension
and chain drive to the rear wheels only.