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CFORCE 450 & 450 EPS
This is a beast at a great price with a compact all-round four-wheel drive with excellent specification.
The CFORCE 450 provides superb handling and phenomenal performance on and offroad with its driver-focused ergonomics.
It was built from the innovative CVTech auto-drive system of Canada.
This vehicle is equipped with High, Low, Neutral, Reverse, and Park auto gears and a gear lever designed to prevent theft.
£5,099 - £5,599
CFORCE 520 EPS
The CFORCE 520 EPS is a mighty ATV guaranteed to provide a powerful performance with its advanced 495cc fuel-injected single-cylinder engine, making an impressive industry leading 39hp. According to Farmers Weekly, this is a budget-friendly quadbike that undoubtedly does the job.
With its Canadian made CVTech gearbox, it guarantees a smooth acceleration feature and a power that’s always ready to be unleashed. It also features a lockable gear lever with high or low speeds selections plus reverse, neutral and park.
It is designed to conquer terrains with stability through its 2wd/4wd and diff lock and independent front and rear suspension plus a huge 240mm ground clearance to compete against its rivals. CFORCE 520 EPS is a rare ATV gem like no other at its price.
CFORCE 625 Tourer SWB & LWB
The CFORCE 625 Touring is packed with numerous upgrades from its predecessor. This quad promises better ride performance, confident control, and an adventure-ready look through its sporty design topped with clear LED headlights, enhanced chassis and its dual-arm suspension. Additionally, it’s equipped with four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, an EPS system, and a digital gauge for greater power, rugged capability, and better driving performance. This quad bike comes in a new long wheelbase and short wheelbase model.
Its LWB version has a tighter turning circle of 7.4 m and a new chassis with two seats.
£7,699 - £7,899
CFORCE 850XC EPS
Presenting the latest CFORCE 850XC, a brand new model and bang up to date with a new phenomenal engine from CFMOTO.
Its new engine offers more power and torque than the X8. Its rear trailing arm suspension (or trailing-link) gives a more comfortable ride and invincible handling with a better grip. In a 7.9″ of suspension travel, more tyre is in contact with the ground giving you full confidence. The shocks were also upgraded into a bigger, and adjustable piggyback shocks that provide 11″ of ground clearance.
The CFORCE 850XC features the latest technology available including ports, a 12v socket and a multifunctional dash.
CFORCE 1000 EPS
This is the most awaited, brand new CFMOTO CFORCE 1000, boasting the most powerful, best spec quad up to the minute.
The CFORCE 1000 has adapted all the features of the CFORCE 850xc but levelled up with our most exceptional 85hp 963cc BOSCH Fuel injected engine. With its rear trailing arm suspension, you can enjoy a pleasant ride and superior handling with better grip, and you’re at ease even in 7.9″ of suspension travel because more tyres are in contact with the ground.
Its adjustable gas piggyback provides an 11″ of ground clearance, and it comes with the latest technology innovations like Dual USB sockets, a 12v socket and a modern multifunctional dash.
Quad Bike FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers
This is quite a common question and the short answer is you need two things. A full car or a (pre 1997) B1 full motorcycle licence and a quadbike that has been approved by one of the three UK and European approval bodies:
-UK National Small Series Type Approval (NSSTA)
-UK Motorcycle Single Vehicle Approval Scheme (MSVA scheme)
-European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (ECWVTA)
There are also things that have to be maintained such as lights, reflectors and number plates. Tyres will also need an E mark so they can pass an MOT as well.
If your using it agriculture or forestry then you qualify for a nil tax disc but you may need proof of this and the DVLA can fine you.
Otherwise it will depend on the quadbike itself so ask for details. Weight and age are the two main factors.
This is really down to so many factors and out of our hands but somewhere between £200 and £2000 is the best answer we can give.
Licence, no claims, weight, age, class and where it’s kept are all important factors but although they are Private Light Goods (PLG) vehicles they are often seen as ‘specialist’ vehicles so it’s important to find the right insurer.