Diesel4ce is a firm contender

Filed under: Quad Bikes News — Mat on February 21, 2012

According to the Farmers Guardian the Diesel4ce is a firm contender among farm quads in regards to being well priced and economical. The Diesel4ce comes from a Hereford based firm in the UK of the same name.

Howard Walsh along with James Rickard took the Diesel4ce rigorously through its paces to find out if the utility ATV could match its competitors. The quad comes with great looks and is well priced. There is no denying that it is efficient as it provides 60mpg with red diesel.

However, when it comes to a utility quad there has to be a lot more than just great looks and price. The quad bikes are equally at home when used as farm quads as they are on the road. It has been designed from the ground up and two of its main fundamentals are its reliability and its strength. Both of these are considered essential if a quad is to be used on the farm.

In the past, reliability and strength have been let-downs for some of the market contenders in the diesel category, but Diesel4ce backs its product with a two year warranty. To help keep costs down to a minimum for those to purchase farm quads, the ATV is manufactured in China with a Winsun engine and includes numerous off the shelf components that are well known. All of these are blended with a bespoke chassis and the final build of the machine is then undertaken in Hereford.

First impressions of the utility ATV were that it is a substantial machine with strong build and racks that look as though they might actually hold the weight of a cow.

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