Will the ATV replace your off-road vehicle?


Will it replace your off-road vehicle? ATV vehicles are […]

Will it replace your off-road vehicle?

ATV vehicles are simple and practical. The engines are mostly V-type double-cylinders, as well as single-cylinder and in-line three-cylinders. The transmission system is mostly matched with CVT, and two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive are available. Some models are also equipped with limited slip differential. ; The suspension mostly adopts the form of front double A-arms, which is very rugged; ATV is also equipped with large tires which can increase the contact area with the ground, produce greater friction and reduce the pressure of the vehicle on the ground, making it easy to drive on Beaches, river beds, forest roads, streams, and harsh desert terrain; its approach angle, departure angle and passing angle are beyond most off-road vehicles. ATV has a variety of uses and is not restricted by road conditions. It is widely used in North America and Western Europe, showing an upward trend year by year. In addition, the structure of ATV is very similar to motorcycles, and many parts are common to motorcycles, so some people call them "four-wheeled motorcycles."


According to the displacement and the external characteristics of the vehicle, the United States usually divides all-terrain vehicles into:

1. Juvenile type (Youth), the displacement is less than or equal to 125ml, mainly for teenagers and children.

2. Utility (Utility), its shape is square and a bit like a jeep (Taiwan calls it "Jeep"), the biggest feature is the addition of front and rear shelves, which has multiple functions and is extremely practical, and can carry goods , Farmland farming, hunting, etc.

3. Sport, with a streamlined appearance that is very sporty, suitable for high-speed, leap, stunts, etc. Foreign all-terrain vehicle races are mainly based on this type.

4. Military type: refers to a vehicle that can travel on any terrain. The biggest feature is that it can walk freely on terrain that is difficult for ordinary vehicles to maneuver. According to the classification of walking mode, all-terrain vehicles have two types: wheeled and crawler.