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Although it's not a well-recognised name in New Zealand ATV or UTV circles, Hisun NZ has been gaining traction.
The look of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) hasn’t really changed over the years, but CF Moto recently gave the market a glimpse of where things might be heading.
Although it's not a well recognised name in New Zealand ATV or UTV circles, Hisun NZ has recently been gaining traction.
Call them what you will, but UTVs, side x sides or ROVs have found a place in much of rural New Zealand.
The farm quad industry and its regulators are at odds over the fitting of rollover devices on these machines.
While electric and hybrid vehicles gain traction on our roads, the concept is largely missing from the rural and off-road markets. But Hisun Motors New Zealand is ‘dipping its toes’.
The Kawasaki Mule (multi-use light equipment) first saw the light of day in 1988, coining the generic name for a UTV (side x side).
The UTV is a workhorse on many rural properties, but the asking prices — $15,000 to $30,000 — cause some farmers to baulk. So imported Japanese micro-trucks or conversions of more mainstream vehicles are gaining ground.