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    Trailmaster 300cc UTV

    Does anyone know anything about these new Trailmaster 300cc Challenger UTV's on the internet? I know they are made in China, but I can't find any reviews on them. Thanks.

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    They are more of a youth size utv and only 2 wheel drive. They also make an extended version for adults that is a few inches longer. Trailmaster has been around for a couple years now but mostly in go karts.
    2013 MSU-1100

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    i am a trailmaster dealer but sell mostly the buggies. i have the 300cc buggy in my shop and have sold quite a few of them. the buggy tops out between 50-55mph. it is pretty torqy. the utv is basically an adult version of the youth 150cc utv. the physical size is slightly larger as are the seats to accommodate adult sized bums. the motor is mounted on a swingarm rear suspension so it isnt very refined like something w/ IRS. all in all it is a nice piece if that is something you are looking for and as a dealer to mfgr working w/ trailmaster has been a pleasure. now where you buy it from can make all of the difference in the world. if there is a local dealer i would recommend going that route over buying from one of these online places. i know that the appeal of saving a couple of bucks is cool but i have yet to see anyone tell me about a good experience after the sale when the online seller is needed, infact i have seen it cost the customer more in the long run.

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    Totally agree that you should find local dealer and purchase from them after reviewing thier business.. I work and assemble these machines weekly, there are many things done that the average purchaser will not know about or do so that the machine will last longer and perform better.
    Immediately change oil that machine is shipped with, as we have no idea what it is. Just use whichever kind of oil you choose, 10-40, synthetic etc.

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