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.
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• 2.0 - 2. 5
• 2. 5 - 3.0
One size ;ts most SxS’s
Use for double
WHAT KIND OF SUSPENSION DOES IT
Like most youth UTVs, the Hisun has
independent front suspension and solid-
axle 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
HOW DOES THE SUSPENSION WORK?
It’s very good for a youth UTV. The
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.
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.