Value for money for quad bike fans

Yorkshire Post - Motoring - - NEWS -

IF you al­ways fan­cied a quad bike but never quite got round to do­ing any­thing about it, then now’s your chance.

This week Da­cia, the val­ue­for-money arm of the Re­nault mar­que, has launched an ATV (All-Ter­rain-Ve­hi­cle) de­signed specif­i­cally for the Duster 4x4. The pack in­cludes a tow­bar, trailer and quad bike.

The en­try-level no frills Duster comes in at £8,995. Here no frills means just that – sans al­loys, ra­dio, air­con, seat height ad­juster. Pow­ered by a 1.6litre petrol en­gine for that price its 2WD only, for a step up to 4WD buy­ers need to dig a lit­tle deeper – £11,095.

Quad bike fans will need to find a fur­ther £7,800, be they cus­to­di­ans of a 4x2 or 4x4 ver­sion, to add a Yamaha ATV Griz­zly 350 4WD. The most pop­u­lar op­tion is ex­pected to be the Am­biance dCi 110 4x4, com­bined with the same quad bike for a to­tal of £21,495 for both car and bike.

At the other end of the price spec­trum, the two-wheel-drive Yamaha Griz­zly 125 can be hooked up as part of a £5,400 of­fer. Adding it to the en­try Duster 4x4 would cost £16,495.

Fred­eric Manby

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